The inferstructure will need to improve drastically if electric becomes reality.Strange, i read it without subscription,it must recognise a better class of reader
11 hours to Cornwall from London though,what a joke,it takes me back to the 60's,no motorway and stuck for 3 hours on the Exeter bypass,
total journey time 12 hours in a Ford Anglia
Weird, works OK for me without subscription.cant read it, have to subscribe but for the mileage i do, plus car garaged over night, an electric car would benefit me, if i could ever afford one
If I had one, I think I'd want one of the bigger capacity charging points at home and I would think that I'd only really use a public charging point on a longer journey (unless they were working out cheaper than using a home one).1 thing ive noticed regards charging of an electric vehicle is lets say you are out at a large shopping centre, you park up in a charging spot, you could be in there for 3 or 4 hours, and say it takes 2 hours to fully charge, that means someone elses car cannot charge whilst yours is still parked. That doesnt happen on a forecourt. It really does need a large amount of investment going forward, probably more than we think.