Just a PSA for everyone to keep those EV power cords tidy, really pay attention if you need to walk over one, and avoid what I've gone through over the last two months. On Memorial Day weekend, I parked the Leaf at home and did what I've done almost 1,000 times before in 10 months of ownership, walk over the power cord to head inside. This time, not successfully. I apparently stepped on the cord with one foot, caught my other foot on the cord, tripped and fell to the floor dislocating and fracturing my shoulder. No stairs were involved, I just fell flat on the floor and hit "just right". The fracture was both on the humerus (the ball) and the glenoid (the socket) of the shoulder. A week later, open (not laparoscopic) surgery to fix the fractures with a plate, numerous screws, bone grafts, etc.... I'm currently six weeks out from surgery and still a long way to go on the road to recovery. The fractures are close to being healed (the pain has mostly subsided), so Physical Therapy starts in a couple weeks where I'll try to get my range of motion back. Being in my early 40's, and with the apparent success of the surgery, I should be able to fully recover. The original estimate before the surgery was a 4-6 month recover total. In the past, I always mocked the Health & Safety group at work. I work in a technology company and they would write us up for having extension cords laying on the floor between rows of computer hardware. I guess I won't be mocking them any more and might become the Extension Cord Nazi at work. I've had people joke that I need to put my medical expenses into my spreadsheet for tracking expenses on my vehicles. Oddly enough, even if I put it all my medical expenses, it only pushes out the payback time for purchasing the Leaf out a month or two. I drive about 1,000 miles per month and I replaced a pickup that got about 13 mpg as my daily driver. In 1 year and 10,0000 miles, the cost per mile of my Leaf is already down to what my pickup cost me over 11 years and 98,000 miles on a per mile basis. I kept the pickup as my ICE vehicle for long trips and to tow the trailer the couple times a year that I need that. Just be careful out there. This was not how I wanted to spend my summer.