[note - I'm not really sure where this goes - I suppose technically, it's not off topic.] How easily we adjust our ideas of "normal"... I had to replace a headlight in my smart ED, so yesterday I drove our old ICE pickup (still useful for hardware store runs, etc). On the way home, the 'low fuel' light came on. And I thought: - It's dark. - It's cold (below freezing) and windy. - I can't believe I'm gonna have to go stand outside in the cold and wind with my hand on a gas nozzle for several minutes while the tank fills up. Plus then my gloves are gonna smell like gas (which I seem to be a lot more sensitive to these days). How do people think this is somehow *more* convenient than just plugging in a car in the shelter of my garage when I get home?!