Because the charging options at my destination are not different than being on the road (this was only one leg of my typical round trip). But it is worth considering. I will run the numbers again for the full route, but I think the EV will only fall further behind in the comparison.Why wouldn't you just charge it at your destination where it is much much cheaper, isn't including the time in your driving, and better for the battery.
Edit - so I ran the numbers again, making it a round-trip route, which more accurately reflects how I use my vehicle. I cut out extraneous miles so a little more than 600 miles in one day, from southern Utah to Salt Lake City up and back about once a week.
ABRP app: Start 90% SoC. End 50% SoC. 11 hours duration. $69 in charging cost (I'm neglecting the 40% I would need to recharge at the end of my trip, both in time and money.
Current stats: Typically 8.5 hrs round trip. $34 in fuel, starting and ending with a full tank.