Drivers of petrol or diesel vehicles can pull up to practically any fuel station and fill their tanks without a second thought.

 For EV drivers, it's not so easy. How?

due to the variety of charge ports seen in electric vehicles, including Tesla's North American Charging Standard (NACS) and the bizarre CHAdeMO.

The industry standard is generally regarded as being Tesla's NACS charge port and the company's massive network of Superchargers.

  It seems as though other automakers are willing to adopt Tesla's technology as the norm.

Ford was the first to consent to work with Tesla and use the NACS plug in May.

Afterward, a number of other automakers recently announced partnerships with Tesla.

 Recently, the SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers) also said that it would standardise the NACS connector.