I think you’re probably right. I think I’ve used my brakes like twice since I’ve owned the car lol! I’ll have to maybe give them a good hammering every once in a while. Funny story - I was at a public charger and was approached by an owner of an Soul EV. He told me that he rarely ever used his brakes and it got to the point where Kia actually changed the manufacturer of the pads because they were deteriorating so quickly without use. They replaced the brakes on his (and I presume others) vehicle, free of charge! And yes, I’m in Hamilton/Burlington. I’ve not yet seen a single Kona EV. Although there’s a guy on Instagram who owns one in Milton. Haven’t seen him in the roads yet! My car has been great in terms of range. I charge to 90% almost daily (at work) I’ll use today as an example: it was 7 degrees Celsius and I had 362 km of range with HVAC off. I think the highest I’ve achieved was a couple of weeks ago when it was 17 degrees. I got about 380km at 90%. I have been driving normally - not crazy - and not like a typical EV driver and I get about 13.4 kw/h (I think that’s the units of measurement) I’m not sure if/when I’ll break 400km. I wonder if there’s a way to sort of reset the system? I’ve heard of drivers in the Uk getting well over 450km at 100%. Bjorn Nyland on YouTube hypermiled the Kona EV to 830km and he drove it many times to 510km in Denmark. Same battery and specs as ours.