On one of your trips out you park up at a rapid charger. Simple.I'd expect to be able to use the car daily while camping, so would want to top-up on my evening return. Maybe the electric hook up would be just about suitable, but considering you'd made a long-ish journey with your 2,250kg 5 berth (you know, the one no BEV can yet tow) so your battery is very low, you'd want to fully charge so you can drive round the area over the next few days. There's so much lacking for BEV owners still, my view is they're suitable for local, short journeys only unless you enjoy meticulous journey planning. I said years ago the solution isn't battery, it's on-board power generation.
People are always using niche use cases to show the issues with EVs. ICE vehicles have been around for over a century, the infrastructure wasn’t there immediately. I bet many were saying that there was nothing wrong with a horse and cart before ICE took over.
EVs are improving all the time whereas ICE vehicle drivetrains haven’t really changed much for decades.
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