The average person doesn't drive 250 miles/400 km in a week, let alone on a single charge. Obviously there are some outliers, but the fact that the average person does less mileage than that is clear. I see the challenge as convincing the average ICE owner that they don't drive as much as they think they do, and that it's better to own the perfect "daily driver" and rent a car for the rare exceptional situations. I agree that it would be awesome if there was level 1 charging in every parking spot in the world, it would be an inexpensive way of building out massive infrastructure quickly. There are some parts of the world where that is pretty common already, namely colder climates where block heaters are a frequent feature. My understanding is that they're rolling out charging in some European countries (Germany, I think) by putting power outlets on the lamp poles and other fixtures near street parking, so I think there's a lot of movement in this direction. Level 1 charging may be slow, but if you're level 1 charging everywhere and every time you stop somewhere, it would add up over the course of the day. Hydrogen will remain a non-starter, I suspect. It's not as green as battery electric, it's not as cheap as ICE, and it's unlikely to ever get as convenient as either of them. The potential is there, but I think that potential will remain forever unrealized.