I can't even stand to rent an ICE car. I can't even stand to borrow someone else's ICE car. It's kind of embarassing. When I got back in an ICE (recently repaired from body damage) after driving the Tesla Model S for a few months, I said "Why is it shaking? Is there something wrong with it? We'll have to take it back to the repair shop!" My fiancee said, "Dear, I think it always did that." :wink: When other people offer to pick me up in their car, I offer to pick them up instead. Just so I don't have to get in an ICE car. I can just about tolerate getting into an ICE-powered taxi or limo. If I *must*. Really, it's that extreme. You will not want to go back to ICE cars. - - - Updated - - - It's better. ...OK, I'll unpack that a little. ICE cars shake violently all the time. They seem to want to move even when standing still. It's exhausting just being in them at all. They have sluggish acceleration. They have frighteningly sluggish deceleration, making me fear that the car won't stop when I take my foot off the gas. They have erratic response to the pedal, not linear response. The response is delayed, sluggish, non-responsive. They're loud. They stink to be around because of the fumes. They're unstable, with a poor center of gravity. And you have to go to these weird stinky shops and pump stinky, carcinogenic slime into them. Regularly! Even in the cold! Outdoors! And you have to pay for the privilege! And then there's all the crazy maintenance. "Oil changes", "timing belts", on and on and on. And the hood gets really hot. Oh, and the heat doesn't come on for like ten minutes after you start driving in the morning, so you're freezing the whole time. It's like going back from a sleek electric train to a steam locomotive. Except steam locomotives move more smoothly than ICE cars. Yes. - - - Updated - - - Great line. And I agree.