There's nowhere around where I live that has 3 phase 480V charging stations for a quick charge.
Where I live in the winter land, they are never going to be feasible for long distance travel in snow.
They may be viable if you have access to a 3 phase 480V charger, not so much on a 230V charger.
Charging on a standard 230V system it will cost you more for the electric bill then gas @ $3 per gal.
If you want heat and A/C, that will drastically reduce your battery mileage while traveling local routs.
I can foresee many guys making $ to bring a gen set to rescue the "dead" electric cars before towed.
You can bet they will want $100+ per hour to sit while the gen set runs for a few hours to save the tow.
If a tow is $235, you can bet they will want at least what the tow will cost to save the dead batt sucker!
Can you imagine what it would be like in a blizzard with hundreds of cars stuck dead on the roadways?
It would prevent the snow plows and interstate commerce, the winter would come to a stand still status.
On standard 230V charger, 6-8 hours charge for about 80 miles range, 12-18 hours for 200 miles range.
It quickly seems apparent that full electric cars are not suited for rural environments with winter weather.
If a battery car dies in a snow blizzard stuck in the ditch, you better have some survival gear stowed up.