Not so fast.This is actually a problem for EV infrastructure. There just isn't a lot of money to be made in building and maintaining EV infrastructure compared to gas stations. In 5-10 minutes a gas station can sell a single vehicle $50 worth of gas and a few more $ worth of stuff from the store. It might take an EV 30-45 minutes to charge and they spend how much on the charge - maybe $10? Maybe they spend some money at a restaurant but that probably isn't going into the pocket of the EV charging infrastructure owner. So there isn't a big incentive to build up the infrastructure and not a lot of incentive to maintain it.
Tesla at least has incentive to build out their own infrastructure because it helps them sell cars. But they actually have little incentive to maintain their completed infrastructure. Especially if the cars that are charging on it are getting free charging.
Gross profit margins on a gallon of gasoline is 0.15$. On a 12 gallon tank that is 1.80$.
As a comparison, 125kw charging typically goes for 0.60-0.70$ per minute and charges at roughly 2kw per minute at peak rates.
With a national average of 0.13$/kwh, that means a car plugged into a 0.60$/minute quick charge station for just 5 minutes will generate the same gross profit as a gas station selling 12 gallon of gas.