No, you use one vehicle to get around for most of the time (which you own) and another vehicle you share (through renting) with many other people for those minority of cases where you need it. Therefore you pay for one cheaper TCO on the EV and an additional cost for the diesel rental when required, the total cost of both being lower than the TCO of a diesel for all driving. I think this is the third time I have gone through this point in this thread.
This only works on paper. I shared a car with my brothers when I was younger, I ended up buying it from my dad because it was never availible to me when I needed it.
I think your ideas are really cool, hip and green, but just not very realistic. For instance, does your TCO take into account the building of the new power stations, infrastructure and charging stations? Oh wait, I forgot, I was only supposed to charge at night.
Where does this world exist that everybody does exactly what they are told to do? I don't live there, do you? These are the examples I was refering to earlyer, good ideas in the cloud, disaterous solutions in the mud, but keep em coming!
Like I said before, these ideas would require everyone to make HUGE sacrifices in their personal liberties to solve a non existing problem, therefore I am against it by principle, in this case I'm against it because it's not even a solution, otherwise it would be happening on it's own.