It's not something we ignore, it's something that constantly gets brought up time and again. But one thing that really doesn't get talked about a lot? The comparison with early ICE cars, like how did they fuel up being gas stations existed (yeah cars came before the gas station), and how if you made a longer trip you needed to carry canisters of gas because your ability to find gas could be an issue in of itself, and how gas was actually hard to come by prior to the big Texas oil discovery... bottom line is cities adapted, just as I'm sure they'll adapt if EV adoption continues to grow.And only 70% of people live in a single family home. So 44% of Americans have a garage or “car port”. What percentage can house all their vehicles? What percentage has their houses actually wired to charge these cars? Mine isn’t nor the vast majority of my city.
Nevermind my town already blows transformers more than it should.
There’s a whole conversation about electric cars we ignore.