Theory: first EV drivers were either wealthy (Telsa) or environmentally conscious. In general, neither of these groups drive with abandon. More electrics are hitting the streets, and soon the psycho pickup and SUV drivers will be in electric vehicles. Bad drivers will have more acceleration than ever and will soon be on our asses swerving back and forth and unnecessarily blowing past us, but with even more opportunity for error (safety systems better then gas counterparts but greater speed will probably negate these capabilities). There will be a period where road rage will increase, at least until mass self-driving reduces the issue. They will take advantage of the self-driving safety systems, confidently swerving around and cutting in front of self-driving vehicles because they know the safety systems will always "back off." Until steering wheels are eliminated, aggrieved drivers may turn off the self-driving and give chase, traveling with new concepts of acceleration, dragging us into ever more dangerous situations. Can't wait for the F-150 lightning and Cybertruck! OK I may be overstating this dystopian view but I do worry about bad drivers having ever greater capabilitiy for harm. Although the mass adoption of EV's will generally be awesome - cleaner air, quieter streets and highways, overall increased safety, possibility to remove sound barrier walls along the highway - I still predict the above increase in road rage. Hope I'm wrong.