Business Insider has a ridiculous article on a Tesla test drive from NJ to Maryland, 340 miles: mostly fluff, stuffed with useless pictures, but this stands out: even using the Tesla "supercharger" stations, the author and his family spent four hours recharging the wunderkar at three different stations. Eliminating one of those stops on the way back, they still spent an extra two hours.
And that's with the "supercharger". A regular station, had they found one, would have seen them spending the night in a Motel 6. This is the car of your future, as dictated by your government.