Are you finding the same? The 47 mile EV range of the Clarity makes it quite easy for us to drive for days or weeks without the ICE kicking on. Most of our single trips are about 30 miles duration. We plug in at home, then might take another 20-30 mile trip later in the day. All of course on EV. This has become our style of range anxiety. It's like a game not to run out of battery power. We are treating the car as if it is a BEV for weeks at a time, reluctant to do anything that would kick on the engine. I've tested the accelerator, when the car is parked and turned off, to feel the mechanical detent after which the engine would start. But I've not, in over 1,100 miles of driving, pushed the pedal down that far when driving because I like the purity of driving only on the battery power. Before I jump in the car to head to the hardware store I check the HondaLink app to see what the state of charge is before heading out to the garage. Even though the hardware store is only about 6 miles round-trip I certainly don't want that gas burner to come on. By the way the 2005 4Runner sits for days at a time. There's no way we want to, unless we absolutely have to, drive a car that only gets 13 mpg. What fun this car is and I do so love driving on electric only.