I mean, at 36 gallons I can fill up for $183 at the current $5.10/gallon price here in Utah, and assuming I still had stock tires and wheels, could probably do 20mpg on that trip they did. Thats 720 miles. I've done that in real life with my truck on 275/60R20 Duratracs. It would not cost me a whole lot more to drive that then it did them.I could be wrong, but I think they said around $200 to do 900 miles with some "free" power from the initial purchase. I don't know if a ICE truck could do it for that. Pricing does vary quit a bit though state to state and if you're "signed" up for that given charger infrastructure.
And this is a 2014 steel body truck. I am assuming a 2022 aluminum 10 speed truck could be a little more efficient.
Maybe it pencils out different in Canada, but the point is the Electric truck is not saving huge amounts of dollars when road tripping. You have the range issue and the cost issue playing against the EV for anything but "local" transportation. The "combat radius" of an EV is 1/2 its range.