The electric charging stations need to be a lot more ubiquitous for the situations to be similar.
Well, not really. Assume equal numbers of electric and petrol/diesel vehicles, you are only going to need 1/20th as many EV charging locations. The distribution will differ - you will need more on long distance routes (highways) and fewer in the suburbs.
Not to mention EV charging facility are not dedicated buildings themselves - they are simply additional facilities in a car park, so you don't need to build new dedicated stations.
And I could completely fill my old car's gas tank in five minutes as well. The fast-charging stations are exceedingly rare, even in California.
Last time I did a highway stop on a road trip, I was stopped for 40 minutes. Ten to queue up at the station, refuel, go in and pay. Then move the car to a general car park, get coffee, food, take the kids to the toilet, let the kids have a quick run in the playground. Had I been driving a Tesla and used a supercharger the car would have been charging for the entire time. I would have been no worse off. It's an example I love to use, of course not all stops are like this, but I bet this sounds familiar to many parents. Certainly more familiar that those people who claim they drive for five hours, stop for five minutes and then drive for another five hours.