A Tesla Model S refuels from empty to 80% in 30 minutes from a Supercharger, and they rarely need one because the car is fully charged every morning. I am not very picky about where I charge, as long as the kids and I can stretch our legs a bit after six hours of driving. For a while I used to ask hotels before I booked if they had a power outlet available for my car, but I don't bother any more. They do. They only differ in how fast charge they can provide, but that's usually not an issue when the car is plugged in all night. There is plenty of public parking spaces with fast-ish chargers as well now, and shopping malls with outlets outside to attract customers with modern cars. Tesla owners probably spend less time at charging stations than fossil car owners spend at gas stations. Charging is something which happens when you are doing something else, like shopping. I know, you can shop at many gas stations as well, but not while filling the tank for free.