An EV driver in a new generation vehicle will generally have plenty of charge in their vehicle even if it didn't charge overnight.
So, in the rare, unfortunate event that there was no power, and they had no charge left and the power went out before it started to charge and you didn't notice at all and flip the RCD, and didn't notice the burgular alrm going off as the power was cut, then the AA would have to transport them to their destination or a supercharger to recharge (all part of their service).
Could you imagine if you woke up and you ICE car wouldn't start or someone crashed into it, or ... any number of other scenarios?
How would you manage, it'd be a disaster, or not. Same as for an EV.