The main disadvantage of zero-emission vehicles, despite all their benefits, is still their charging requirements.

 EV charging can be a real bag of worms, with issues ranging from range anxiety in less-than-ideal circumstances

As if that weren't aggravating enough, there's also the possibility that when you do eventually locate

 a charging station and fill up, you might not be able to remove the charging cord after you're finished.

According to the volume of reports of owners being tied to a charging station, it happens far more frequently

. So if you try to drive away with your EV still connected to the charger even after the charging has ended,

you run the danger of doing serious damage to both your EV and the surrounding property.

The curse of the jammed charge cable may strike at any time, whether you're driving a brand-new Tesla or an older Nissan Leaf.