Since getting the Tesla in Feb, I've hardly driven our other vehicle, a hybrid SUV. Except when I had to run to Home Depot for a piece of lumber too large for the Tesla's trunk the other day. Cut to a few hours later, and my wife saying, "I keep hearing this weird low rumble." Hmm. No idea. Then, apropos of nothing, I go to get some ice cream from the garage freezer. Then it hits me. I left the vehicle on! I open both overhead doors and obviously hold my breath as I run out and remove the keys. As I enjoyed my vegan mint chip ice cream, I pondered how owning a Tesla almost killed my entire family. The hybrid aspect meant the engine wasn't running as I parked or walked into the house. The Tesla's smart keyless fob, seat pressure sensors, etc., had fooled my brain into thinking that every vehicle was this great. It's happened that I am puzzled when my non-Tesla doesn't alert me when I drive over a painted line, or speed up when the car in front of me gets going, or set the parking brake. The moral is - if you own a Tesla, you should sell all of your other vehicles and buy only Teslas.