I have several gripes when I must drive a legacy vehicle (or "OV", oil vehicle), but I'd like to share some of the finer points about ICE that I am happy to do away with as they slowly vanish into the history books. The low-frequency vibration you feel through the steering wheel and brake pedal as you wait at stop lights. What a quaint notion that the internal machinery would keep moving at six hundred revolutions per minute while I wait my turn. That annoying frame shudder as the brakes get a firm grasp and the car finally reaches zero MPH. Rather than just coasting to a complete stop without using the disc brakes, I must apply brake pressure for every stop. Driving sure was silly when ICE was king. Having to look at a "fuel" gauge because it won't be at full every morning like a proper, modern vehicle. I hate fuel refilling anxiety! The "hey police officer, look at me!" roar that the car emits even when accelerating to modest speeds. Did they add all of this noise because of some federal regulation? White smoke behind the rear windshield on cold mornings. Why does the car insist on warming up the outdoors? I'm inside the vehicle and pedestrians should be wearing coats if they're cold! Get your own heaters, you pesky pedestrians. Got any of your own?