That is usually where the conversation goes to but the second most concern that unwashed masses ask is are there charging stations all along my trip corridor that are conveniently located. They don’t seem to want to waste time on a trip charging or driving extra time to a charger even though I explain that you can charge while stopping to eat. Then I get a Tesla friend to show them where the super (and slower destination) chargers are and how a Tesla will even plan a route showing charging stops and time needed at each one. Then they ask what if I buy an EV other than a Tesla. Then a Leaf friend and I tell them about Level 2 vs DC fast charging and lower range making long trips doable but requiring more planning and time... and they get into information over load and their eyes glaze over... We do try to keep it simple at the DEW events so we can educate and promote EVs to the public, but it isn’t easy with the immature and varied infrastructure currently in place. What is the easiest is when I explain what a PHEV is. Even though only 1 single person in all the events we have sponsored or been invited to had even heard of a PHEV, the light bulb over the head, Aha!, moment happens more with the Clarity than with a BEV for most people new to EVs. At least in gas guzzling, non-progressive coal country. I’m sure y’all in California, Oregon, and perhaps in some NE states have an easier time.