BEV spammers? This is a Forum dedicated to plug-in vehicles. Please. To your point, though. Yes, the market penetration is currently low. Last year it was lower. The year before that, much lower, the year...well, I hope you can see where I'm going with this. When a new item enters the market, it doesn't typically go from 0 to 100% immediately. It's quite simple to see a steadily rising amount of market penetration by EVs since the first lithium battery vehicles were available for sale. So, to say EVs won't sell because they only hold X percentage of market share at this static moment in time is ridiculous on its face. Regarding curbside charging, while this is being done in some places, it's too expensive to blanket a city with it, and I don't think anyone is advocating for that. With 5-to-10 minute charging said to be coming within the next few years, we'll most likely see a mirroring of today's transportation energy distribution in place. Except that electricity can be generated on the spot or sent via wire, rather than truck deliveries. Obviously, electric vehicles are not a good solution for those who don't have a place to charge them. I'm quite confident that these people will have a way to charge in the relatively near future, though.