Let's see - the entire internet, maybe? Newsome has even opened investigations into the rolling blackouts that took place in 2020. Apparently, you're the only person around who didn't know about this. But if you want to avoid the internet, I guess that's up to you. You'll need to avoid TV and newspapers too, by the way, because TV stations and newspapers are also publishing this "lie."Um...no. Where do you get your information? That is factually inaccurate. Let me know so I can avoid that source because they're obviously full of crap. There were zero rolling blackouts between 2001 and 2020 -- 19 years without a single stage 3 emergency. https://www.npr.org/2020/08/15/9027...ckouts-since-2001-as-heat-wave-bakes-western-
I don't buy messy food, and I don't spill it Plus, I clean the car regularly. Face it, you're just trying to find a way to claim that stopping for 1 hour to recharge isn't a problem but stopping for 5 minutes to refuel is. You may be fine with it, and that's OK, but if you want to see widespread EV adoption, then you need to address the slow recharge times because that WILL keep this from going mainstream. Don't think the government will be able to force it either, because when it comes down to "Starting next week, ICE vehicles are banned" those same politicians will be quickly recalled and replaced by the voters if it means they're not going to be able to drive because EVs aren't going to work well for them.Not an hour, 15-20 minutes to get to 50-60% SoC from close to 0%. And if I ever buy food, I eat it OUTSIDE of the car. I don't know about you, but I like the interior of my car WITHOUT food crumbs all over it. Now the issue is that if I stop at a refueling station and pump gas, that takes about 5 minutes. THEN I need to make another stop to get fast food, which takes about 5 minutes to get the food, and another 10 minutes to eat it before getting back on the road again. Which is 20 minutes. So if I had a car that could get 300 miles of range in 20 minutes, it wouldn't cost me any additional time. We're more than halfway there already. As it is, I can get about 180-200 miles of range in 20 minutes.