Here's a tough one. Theoretically, next year there will be 20,000 more Teslas on the road. And more after that.
It's one thing to pull up to a a supercharging station, fill up for 30-60 minutes, and off you go. It's quite another if there are already people ahead of you in line. Suddenly your 30-60 minute stop could be hours. And yet you have no option at that point but sit and wait. And wait.
I'm a big fan. I want this to work. I'm mostly convinced. But short of planning trips that are all within range of a single charge (from home), how would one insure that you won't end up sitting and waiting for hours at a charging station?
Gets all the trickier for me given that I have a family, with two very young children...