I don't believe the benefits and cost advantages of that preexisting infrastructure can be over-stressed here in the US. The US's interstate/highway system of roads is huge. It's also over 70+ years aged. Most of the country has ample numbers of petrol stations and facilities already in place.Continued:
The aviation industry is very interested in bio fuels because of the weight penalty of batteries.
Various companies already use it including big airlines on long haul.
Traditional oil companies promote it in favour of electric because they get to keep you dependent on their infrastructure and buying the peripheral.
Our electric grid is even older than our roads and is ill equipped to handle our present load requirements... much less the additional demand of EVs or a similar technology.
I don't have the knowledge to make reasonable recommendations... But I'd prefer engineers make those decisions instead of lobbyists and politicians.
I hate the thoughts of a whole generation's struggle to "re-invent the wheel".... when a tire-of-a-different-color would work.