EVs typically have a shorter driving range compared to traditional vehicles, requiring more frequent charging or access to charging infrastructure.
Charging an EV takes longer than refueling a conventional car, which can be inconvenient for drivers on long trips or in areas with limited charging stations.
EVs generally have a higher upfront cost compared to traditional cars, although this is gradually decreasing as technology advances and economies of scale improve.
The availability of public charging stations for EVs is still limited in some areas, making it challenging for EV owners to find convenient charging options.
The performance of EV batteries can degrade over time, reducing their overall lifespan and requiring eventual replacement.