I'm going to go ahead and guess that there's a fair number of Chevy Volt owners on this forum as there seem to be legions waiting to make the jump to Model 3. And I am here to ask if you'd randomly share any tidbits/wisdom on how to properly care and feed for one, as I am now the proud (and somewhat accidental) owner of a 2013 Premier. Arrives next week. Story: My original plan was to continue ICE'ing my way until the 3 arrives early next year but then fate decided otherwise and someone rear-ended my A4 HARD just before Christmas and it was declared a write-off. Thankfully we were OK, with my better half suffering only a mild concussion and me nothing at all. We even drove the car to the hospital immediately afterwards, with only the occasional clunk coming from the dragging right rear muffler. The CRV that hit us was unrecognizable. However that left me without wheels for another 15 months or so, but as it turns out the Missus already had planned to flip her vintage Corolla for a mildly used Volt in the spring, so we decided to get one now and I would drive it 'till the M3 arrived. I'm surprised how much I like it, nice build quality, drives beautifully, just not the quickest thing on the road. From my research they seem pretty bulletproof, and I've a good overall technical grasp of the car, features, modes, etc. just wondering what particular advice the veterans might be willing to share.