My Honda Clarity has been making a creaking sound. It was not tied directly to going over bumps -- so it did not appear to be suspension related and I thought it might be the bushings. Initially it would only show up if the temperature was less than 70 degrees F. I brought it to the dealer, but the temperature was > 70 degrees when they checked it out, and they could not replicate the issue. A couple of other symptoms: 1) I can replicate the issue periodically when I turn the steering wheel. 2) The car will creak randomly when the road sinks or rises, even small changes, but again not consistently with bumps. 3) The noise seems to go away or dampen after soaking rains 4) The noise feels like it's coming from under car, below the driver's seat. The dealer thought that my seat had a creaking issue, but I could rule that out because it didn't make the noise when I sat down, only when I was in motion. 5) I brought the Clarity to my local shop, and they indicated they thought the spring on the driver's side wheel was not being held in place and was trying to rotate, causing the noise. The shop also lubed the bushings. Both the dealer and my local shop inspected the suspension and indicated that there are no obvious suspension issues and that the car was safe to drive. That said, the creaking is extremely obvious on such a quiet car and as a result has been driving me a little nuts. Anyone else experience something similar?