At my work place, we play with some electric cars. We have our own charging stations. For research and for plain ole lectric vehicle charging. The few owners that have an electric vehicle, I think they can charge up here for free (I believe). So you always see the same cars with the cord dangling from some various location, all day long. The other day I ran to my Blueberry because it was raining. I got in and then saw an electric vehicle owner fumbling with the charge cord in the rain, it was coming down pretty good. The removal and cord hanging didn't seem to go all that smooth. They got pretty wet, not soaked.
I wonder if, always plugging the sucker in, and always disconnecting the sucker gets old? I don't know. I would imagine it does, but I'd have to own one to know. Also, my fleet varies where parked. Not every day, we have strategies and stick to them based on who's at home, and when they leave, etc. So, it would be difficult to put the lectric vehicle in the correct spot every time.
In the future, when I live in a shoebox and (probably) only have one vehicle (for me), I might try an electric. But that's going to be a few years at minimum. Or when my current vehicles get crashed up. My vehicles generally don't wear out, I take good care of them. They do get crashed up a bit.
View my fuel log 2020 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 42.3 mpg (US) ... 18.0 km/L ... 5.6 L/100 km ... 50.8 mpg (Imp)