as the main reason i'd have for owning a car is to be able to travel out of town or even state, is a serious hurdle for me to switch from bikes & busses that get me about anywhere i'd need an EV for. even though it's too late because evil oil companies bought the hydrogen cell technology that can be reversed to generate hydrogen with simply water & electricity, i think hydrogen power is the "ultimate solution". all that would be needed is for stations to have windmills or solar tech & a water supply to be able to generate hydrogen on site. range becomes a non-issue as long as there's infrastructure, cost is a non issues as a modern fuel injected car can be converted to burning hydrogen for just a couple thousand dollars and filling up with hydro is much faster than charging. in every way, hydrogen is a superior technology except it still generates heat. people are always going to fight against giving up freedoms they already have. people can just hop in their car and drive cross country on a whim. telling them that they can only go 100 miles doesn't sit well with them. it doesn't work for me either as i'd want a car precisely to travel 100+ miles too. if the infrastructure was built for charging stations less than 100 miles apart including places like texas and the technology for fast charging were developed, then the tech would catch on, but as it stands now... electric cars = imprisonment. electric cars with current technology are totally useless for taxis or delivery, police, & ambulance type vehicles etc. it's an overpriced technology that underdelivers. (pun intended) GO HYDRO!