and no, I'm not talking about the kind of anxiety you might feel after eating a three bean chili. I'm talking about range anxiety with a gas powered car. I found myself getting more range anxiety driving my ICE car, than I have when ever driving an electric car. First of all, like most people, a large majority of my driving miles occur within a pretty small radius of my home. It's commuting to/from work, running errands, picking up/dropping off the kids, going out around town, etc that accounts for most of our driving. With my ICE vehicle, whenever I was close to an empty tank I had to stress about finding the time to get to a gas station and fill up the tank. Because usually when I'm driving it's to be somewhere at a particular time, and my tank always seems to get close to E at the most inconvenient of times. Often I'd push it, hoping to find time on my way to work the next day, hitting 0 on the estimated miles remaining on numerous occasions. Doesn't get more stressful than that. You know how many times the common scenarios I described above happen with an electric car? Virtually zero. Because there's nothing more anxiety reducing than waking up to a full "tank" every morning when I start my day. Talk about convenient. It'd be akin to having your own gas pump in your garage and always being able to top it off each night. I NEVER have to worry about range anxiety for 90+% of my driving, which cannot be said about an ICE vehicle. For longer trips, yes, I have to plan a bit more than I would with an ICE car. But even with an ICE car there's at least some degree of planning with longer trips, even if it's simply to pull up the route on a map. So what's a couple extra minutes to scout out the chargers along the route? Which BTW, happens to be done for us with the help of Tesla's own navigation or various websites. And I've had some serious range anxiety on long trips even with ICE cars when driving cross country on I-80. You can go miles and miles without a stop for gas in the middle of nowhere.