Electric cars are now sufficient for the overwhelming majority of instances Americans drive. Their batteries hold enough energy for multiple days’ worth of commutes and around-town errands. There’s one area where today’s electric vehicles fail, however: road trips.
You’ll want to budget two hours at a fast-charging station for a full charge in the 200-plus-mile EVs. For a 500-mile day and three meal breaks, while charging, that’s more than 16 hours. Moderately long drives will end up taking a full day or more.
Read the article at The DC Line.