So I drive a 2022 model 3 LR. I wanted to reply to this uniformed individual personally.
"If you don't have a garage then don't get an EV because it's not worth it!"
False: owning a EV and getting the majority of it's benefits does NOT take a garage. The garage does not keep you from the benefits of no more gasoline, oil, antifreeze, water, transmission fluid, on and on.
"I traded my 2018 Camry for a Kia Niro EV and it's been nothing but a nightmare!"
This is your personal experience because you probably have no clue what it means to own and operate an EV and it's obvious because of what your run-on paragraph talked about.
"There's not enough chargers out there"
you are simply uneducated on the apps to find them.There are literally thousands of chargers.
Chargepoint and plug share are two major apps that will show you where all the free chargers are and I'm talking about thousands locally."
"and the ones that are out there don't work or they're offline or they're defected."
This statement is completely false. Well over 95% of the chargers if not 98% of the chargers work perfectly. The problem is is you don't know where they're at, any of them. Simply put you're still ignorant on where to find the chargers.
"Most of them are level 2 chargers and it takes twelve hours to charge"
This statement is absolutely true but you don't understand what a destination charger is what a level 2 charger is and what a supercharger is used for. You think that a level 2 charger is for fast charging and it absolutely is not. Level 2 charging and destination charging is for slow charging overnight for normal driving. Fast charging is for driving state to state. You are trying to use different charges for different things because you're uneducated. And then you want to complain about it when it's your fault.
"and the level 3 chargers take two hours but it'll cost you $25 bucks so I have charge it twice a day and waste four hours and pay $50 bucks to keep this car running."
This is a false statement it does not take 2 hours to charge your car at a supercharger. 15 minutes will get your battery at 80%. That's a minimum of 250 mi more than enough to get you on the road to drive people around. It might be your ignorance that has you sitting there for the last 20% because it takes 40 minutes for the last 20%. So again this is an ignorance issue. You don't understand how a car even charges. Of course you have to pay for electricity and even at the highest superchargers you're still paying the half the price of gasoline to take you the same distance. You make it sound as though it's costing you $50 to fill your electric vehicle up and it's not. It might cost you that to do it twice but if you were to do it with gasoline I guarantee 100% it would cost you two times as much.
"Then if it's cold out you lose half of your battery life."
Another false statement. You do not lose 50% of your battery unless you are in -40 to 60° weather. Now will you lose 10 to 25% absolutely true. But in all reality it is not negative zero 365 days a year. You act as though everyday it's Sub-Zero temperatures, do you live in the arctic? Be real in your statements not so ignorant.
"I was better off keeping my Camry it was cheaper."
Of course this statement is 100% true and 100% false. The Camry is not cheaper than the electric vehicle in everyday use. What you said is a lie and you said it because you are uninformed on how to operate and use an EV. The 100% true part is you were better off keeping your Camry. I hope you keep your Camry I hope you never ever get the benefits of an electric vehicle.