Background Information: Purchased the Clarity in October 2018. My daily commute is about 70 miles roundtrip. 60 of that is Hilly Southern California Freeway (75 mph). I charge every night on a 16 amp level II charger (takes probably 4 hours.) I recently changed my trash energy saver tires for the CCII's (or +'s....I don't remember which.) My current battery reading is about 47 A-H's. As you can see (hopefully) from the picture I have almost 38k miles and I wake up to 34 miles of EV charge. I know all the standard disclaimers....freeway vs. city, hills vs. flat, warm vs. cold (SoCal....so....rarely cold)....blah blah blah. The sad truth is that 34 is pretty accurate for me. I EV it to the freeway, HV it to work, and then EV it all the way home. I never make it all the way home. This is disappointing to me as The Clarity promotes 47 miles of EV range. As I think about the future of EV's I think this needs to be more clearly understood by the buying public as it's a serious hindrance. Even these vehicles that are touting 300 miles (Mach-E) are realistically looking at 200ish after a couple of years. That's gonna be a non-starter for a lot of people. I'm not saying I would NOT have purchased a Clarity had I known this. But I am saying it would have made it significantly less likely.