First off, thanks to JDonalds for linking to this site over at the Prius forums. It's hard to find, at this point, any real discussions on the new Clarity. So my first post revolves around the Clarity emitting 'music' (for the lack of a better word) as you travel at speeds below 10-12mph. I was actually not aware of this until my wife kept asking 'what's that music I hear?', as she exited the car and I pulled into the garage. I initially dismissed it as her just hearing things. However one day, as I rolled down the window while pulling into the garage, I could clearly hear these tones the car was producing as I moved at slow speed into the garage. As soon as I'd stop, the tones would stop. Most drivers would be unaware of these tones since they're quite low and it was really the walls of the garage that amplified the tones, making them clearly audible. There's either nothing relating to this in the manual, or I overlooked it. I seemed to recall reading something about Canadian Claritys having this, but I'm unaware of any U.S. federal laws requiring it. My 2017 Tesla S doesn't have this and my Clarity was bought in N.Y.