This is why I have become an electric car convert (no tail pipe issues) and would like our power systems to use molten salt nuclear reactors. Intrinsic safety means low costs to build and operate.
Two points, 1 do you not have to buy and run an electric car to be able to call yourself an electric car convert, otherwise you might as well be a vegetarian who sees the benefits of not eating meat but hasn’t yet stopped eating meat. Vis-a-vis you are not a vegetarian
Secondly no matter how many times I point out the problems with molten salt reactors you ignore these problems and still bang on about the benefits. The reason they are not in use is that they are essentially at the experimental stage and not currently viable as an power source, they have a huge amount of drawbacks and technical problems which stifles their development.
The people championing them are the scientists who want to work on the. And therefore have a large vested interest in someone paying them a huge amount of money for years to research it. By the time they are viable there will almost certainly be a huge amount of far cheaper alternative technologies to use.
If you want an electric car buy one and then fit your house with solar panels and a power storing battery, then you have a very safe cheap alternative power source that has zero risk of any radiation contamination.