Drivers in the UK say that, on average, they will wait nine years to buy an electric car, according to research by Auto Trader.

Drivers said that they’ll wait nine years before they will buy an electric or hybrid vehicle, with lack of charging infrastructure and upfront expense cited as the most common reasons for the delay. Only 26% would consider electric for their next car.

The research found that many consumers are unaware of policy on electric cars, and believe the government’s goal for at least 50% of new cars sold to be electric by 2030 is unrealistic.