I drive a PHEV, I had to make that choice as the charging infrastructure in the UK, even in London, is very poor. That said huge strides are now being made, not least because of clients we are working with, such as EV-Box, are driving the charging infrastructure roll out in the UK and across Europe. There is still a long way to go, but with the choice of EV's now available, and the increase in range, I'm pretty confident my next car will be a full EV, in just 18 months time. I don't think 'range anxiety' will be an issue at all except for really high mileage drivers, so how quickly will wireless driving be a reality? Taking this to commercial viability will be a challenge I'm sure. Not just behind the scenes payment models, but the digging of roads to install infrastructure. Something to certainly keep an eye on though.