I wonder how long it's going to be before the CCS infrastructure is usable. When I look at Plugshare the CCS chargers are never in good locations, they tend to be at car dealerships and malls not on highways. Electrify America isn't helping, CARB states only. Tesla sites their superchargers based on drivers needs not on the needs of mall owners.I had a Bolt for a week, impressed, but not a fan of the weak CCS infrastructure. I want to test out a Model 3, but I'll probably wait a year or two and get one used.
It would help even more if there were actually any CCS charging stations along roadways. I agree that signage will be extremely important to future of EVs, people won't buy them unless they believe that they will be able to charge them and the best way for that to happen is for the charging stations to be clearly marked.It would help a lot if there were charging station signs on the roadways, like the P signs for parking.