I'm curious. What state do you live in? The pictures I hear people talking about electric vehicles does not seem to match what I see on a day to day basis around where I live. For example, the nearest supercharger station would require me to drive at least an hour to which means I'm burning 120+ miles of the charge just to charge it and expending practically 2.5hr to do so. I don't see charging stations at Walmarts or stores like that. They're certainly not available at most work places around here. As far as I can tell for where I live an electric vehicle is a luxury item for those who have the benefit of owning a garage, something I don't own. I don't know the percentage split between home and apartment dwellers but I'd assume that apartment dwellers don't account for just 10% of the population in this area.
Based on the numbers I've seen people tossing about in comments on this article it doesn't sound like an EV is a time savings to me. I get around 450 miles from my vehicle every time I fill up and that's about 5-7 minute total task. Comparatively, the Tesla Model S gets 265 miles and people are saying it takes 20 minutes at a supercharger station. Since I don't have the luxury of owning a garage where I can charge and my workplace doesn't feature charging stations it I don't get the benefit of plugging it in and walking away to do something else. So unless that charging station is somewhere where I can make a 20 minute errand it's just as much a waste of time as refueling gas. I get 64 miles for every minute I spend refueling my gas car. I get 13 minutes for every minute spent recharging a Model S at a supercharger station.
I would like to have an EV and it has enough miles to do what I would need for it but the infrastructure is simply not there in my area unless you're a home owner.