From the PlugShare app's planning for a trip from Wilmington to Nashua, it looks like if you were to get low on charge on the way home you'd have a lot of Level 2 public charging stations close to your route to choose from.
There is a Federal tax credit for the Prius Prime, but it's $4500, not $7500. The credit is based on battery size. I don't have the exact numbers at hand, but the BEV/PHEV needs something more like 15 or 20 kWh to qualify for the full $7500. The Prime has around 9 kWh.
If leasing, the leasing company gets the tax credit. While there have been discussions on this forum of how much of the credit Nissan passes on to the lessee, I have no idea what Toyota's policy is.
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2017-12-16 New Prius Prime
2018-02-21 Used 2015 LEAF SV Mfd 2014-07 In-service 2015-02-27
Date mi AHr SOH Hx QC L1/L2
2018-02-21 26,938 60.22 96.98% 90.73% 1 988
2018-07-01 31,601 58.05 93.48% 87.03% 11 1223
2018-10-01 35,428 55.63 89.58% 82.13% 16 1440