The electric infrastructure in North America, is also a good bit behind the coverage that's seen in Europe. While there are some states that are far more comparable, until we see a rapid charger at every fill up station, people will still be hesitant about switching over.
Not true one bit. If that was the case then we wouldn't see EV sales take off like how they have already. There are greater issues holding people back than where to charge.
The ability to charge at home and have enough range for an average day is already an incentive.