A few days ago I parked my Ioniq 5 with about 14% battery remaining. Today I decided to charge it up, but the charge door would not open--not even when I pulled the manual charge door opener. When I got in the car, nothing happened. No panel lights, no nothing. I thought I might have left the lights on, so I hooked up a 12 volt charger. I heard a few clicks and assumed it was charging, but several hours later, still nothing. I finally decided to try my old BeatIT jump starter. I heard several clicks, and voila, everything was suddenly working. This was weird, and it makes me wonder if something is wrong with the Ioniq 5 12 volt battery system. And it makes me a little nervous about being stranded in some remote location. While all this was going on I called the Hyundai roadside assistance number to see what they advised. That was a nightmare. All they said was they would have it towed to the nearest dealer (44 miles away). They would not take it to the dealer I bought it from (46 miles away). Both dealers said it would be several weeks to a month before they would even look at it. If I had not figured it out for myself, I guess I would have been without transportation for God knows how long. When I called Hyundai customer care, I got no help at all and was even cut off when I asked to speak with a supervisor. I find myself wishing I had kept my old Clarity. At least with the Clarity, I knew a reliable and cooperative dealer.