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Do we really need decimals on rated and estimated range?

wayner 2 years ago updated by James 2 years ago 1

New user here - I notice that my rated range is 321.45km and estimated range is 319.25km.  Why do we need these figures to decimal places since the range is an educated guess and surely isn't that accurate?  Showing this degree of precisionimplies that you can calculate range down to 50 metres which is not true.  May I suggest that you show range as an integer rounded to 0 decimal places.

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED

Ok that's fine - I guess for smaller trips you may want to know these numbers at a greater precision.

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The rated range is pretty important to TeslaFi since using the rated miles vs the actual miles used calculates efficiency, kWh and wh/mile.  It's the data returned directly from the API which I think most people including myself want to see.