Thank you for admitting that. I can't blame you for that. Think about that for a second and decide if that's what you want people to base their opinion of you on. He was wrong. If a car gets 300 miles on a charge, and you drive 50 miles a day, why would you have to charge every night. My friend does charge every night so that he has a "full tank" every morning, but he only has to replace the energy he used the previous day. Not 100% of his battery. With the current technology, I don't think very many mult-car households have ALL EVs. Maybe one day that will be viable,but today, most multi-car households have a mix. Everyone has to buy the car that fits their needs. Buying 9 EV cars when you need to drive each one hundreds of miles per day would be ludicrous if you only have one or two chargers.