Plan 1: destination is a restaurant next to the charger
247km, 1 charge stop for +9%, arrive with 11%. Duration: 2h31
Plan 2: destination is the charger itself
283km, NO charge stop, arrive with 17% @max 100kmh, duration 3h8
I've set arrival at destination and at charger both at 10%.
The problem is not the detour it takes because of the tiny little one way road at the service station, which prevents to drive from the restaurant to the charger, but the huge difference in planing results: take no stop for 280km, but take a stop for 250km.
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the difference is that the first plan routes to the backyard of the restaurant and the second plan routes to the actual resting area. The small road that is not taken in the second route is marked as service road and thus not considered to be allowed to be used legally.
If i take the first route, and move the destination a bit more to the resting area, the route looks the same as the second one and results in the 280km route.
What would be your expected behavior here? Did you add the waypoint manually by clicking on the map or did you search for the restaurant there?
I'd expect, that ABRP doesn't add a charging stop for the 250km route
As i wrote, the problem is not the oneway road from restaurant to charger, but that ABRP adds a charging stop for 250km, but not for 280km.
Ah i see, we see different plans for that URL. First one shows up as a plan with no charge stops but reduced speed. Might be due to custom consumption model if you use live data. For me it is actually the opposite. First plan has reduced speed and no charge stop, second plan has one charge stop, so we did not see the same result. If you now replan again with those URLs do you still see the same result as before?
Now it shows a charging stop for both routes.