Hello, As a future Tesla owner i've been having a few conversations with colleagues at work who are extremely interested (I think its jealously...) that I may have a model 3 by this winter. One common conversation we have, and I don't have all the answers because i'm new to the community and currently drive a Fusion, is: What is the best course of action if you are low on "fuel" (energy) and there isn't a supercharger, or official charging station, near by? I can only play this scenario out in my head a few different ways. Extremely bad traffic jam (?), extremely bad PLANNING, or just a complete mistake/human error. Does the Tesla have the capability to plug into the a normal household 3 prong outlet in a strangers garage or outside of a gas station etc? Has anyone had this happen to them where they were running out of energy and needed to come up with a plan? I'd love to hear thoughts, and stories if you are willing to share, of scenarios like above. And feel free to provide feedback or further commentary on the "out of gas" scenario I'm thinking in my head. My wife and I look forward to day trips and weekend getaways in the pacific NW and south to California, but I keep thinking about this!