Good luck finding plug-ins on your vacation journeys that will to be designed around. Or having to wait in line.All those issues were covered earlier in this 14+ page thread. The consensus was plenty of recharging stations are available along major interstate routes, especially in more populated areas. Those recharging stations are not as abundant as gas stations. So, you do have to unlearn some old habits. I'm OK with that, YMMV.\nIf you have a full load car or truck, what is the distance one can travel b\/4 running out of energy? A hilly terrain put more drain on the batteries.For what it's worth, all EVs seem to have software that informs the driver how much energy remains in the battery, and when & where you should recharge. I've been told by other EV owners in this thread to not ignore that information. The software accounts for load, route while using the navigation, and weather (heater or AC usage). I've also learned that the software tells drivers it's time to recharge while aiming to keep a 20% reserve in the battery, just for unpredictable events. Just like a fuel gauge … ignore it at your own risk.\n\nFor that matter, cold weather is a major drain on battery energy.\nIs the current electrical grid going to support all the demands by 2035 during the summer seasons? What is the cost to wire 220 for your house? Apartment\/housing units having outlets? Anyway, what portion of the population can afford a new vehicle and into the future? Just some questions on my mind. Hopefully there will still be hybrids.I'm now getting some estimates from electricians to add a 240V line in my garage. At this point, I really don't know what that will cost.\n\nThe major Japanese manufacturers say they are keeping with their hybrids. They will probably be the slowest to bring out all electric cars.\n\nYour other questions are valid, but most are not what an individual can readily answer.\nThen too, what happens to our environment if the House and Senate go Republican with a Republican President????? lolWith Elon Musk revealing himself as a hardcore MAGA guy, I trust hope the GOP will also embrace EVs.