Yeah… grab yourself a powerbank and when you head off, you can have at least one of the batteries charging up on the way and while using that one, have the others still charging. I don’t own a car, but whenever I decide to head out, when it’s an on the spot decision, I’ve usually had the batteries sitting about, slowly discharging, so I plug them into the powerbank and head off out,. I f I find a place which I’d like to video or take some aerial shots of, at least one of the batteries will have a decent charge in it and by the time I’ve done a bit of flying with that one, maybe moved on a bit afterwards, the other two usually have plenty of charge in them for any other flights I want to make… Too many people, including myself in the beginning, just want to keep the thing in the air, until the last possible minute, but I’ve learnt to bring it back at around at around 25%, no matter what and since it has to be within line of sight, unless what I really want to capture, is moving and will be gone if I don’t stay up a bit longer, then I will push it down to 20 or even 15%… So far I’ve never had a forced landing. and if it’s something like a sunset you want to capture, then don’t go up until the last minute… and one last piece of advice, plan where you are going and what you want to film or take photos of, don’t hit record until you get where you want to go, it wastes battery. The worst thing is to just put it up there and going flying about looking for something interesting, ten when you spot something, the battery is almost dead.