Great Routes/Pacific Islands

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  • Each route entered should have more stations/stops than a person would actually stop at. The theory is that it's easier to delete waypoints than to add them. Routes are implemented as Google Maps Short URL links, and Google Maps App now has the capability to route even when there's no internet connection as long as you call up the map before you lose connection.
  • All of the stops have been entered into the E-touring meta-map (with links to,, etc.)
  • All routes should start and stop at reliable charging stations. Mennekes and RV plugs are common reliable charging options in Europe.


Kailua, Lanikai, Waimanalo, Sandy Beach, Hawaii Kai

26 miles, ocean and wind, 3 J-plug stations at each end

27 miles, return route, up the valley, then over the top instead of Koko Head.

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