Think about this. Right now it takes about 5 Minutes to fill your car plus another 5 to pay inside.
During the summer there are lineups for this.
When you go to electric that becomes 40-50 minutes. How long do you think you will need to wait to charge your car?
That's not a concern for you?
We are getting way off topic, but have you actually owned an EV? You verbiage sounds more like the uneducated FUD spread by the fossil fuel lobby groups, than by someone who actually knows anything about driving an EV. In the real world, you graze feed your EV whenever you are stopped rather than making a special trip to binge feed it
Even if you consider a pitiful mileage of 4 km/kWh (most can do over 6), charging for 25 minutes at even just 150 kW will give you 250 km of extra range. Using a 350kW charger (which EVs are starting to support), things will go even faster.The key is putting charging stations where you are wanting to stop anyway in sufficient numbers to meet demand.
I agree we need to get more people out of their cars and into trains, but the hours you save in your daily life not having to go out of your way to go to a gas station to fill up every week more than makes up for any small amount of time you might waste on a road trip charging.