Hi all, I am wondering about a phenomenon that I have observed in 3 of the 5 days this week that I have driven my new Prius to work. My commute is 6 miles and takes about 10 minutes. The first mile features a 40 MPH limit 2-lane road with a big hill to go up and then back down. Then it's 4 miles on a 45 MPH limit road with a couple traffic lights, fairly flat, and fairly heavy traffic. Finally it's 1 mile on a 30 MPH road, which is flat or slightly downhill, with traffic generally moving at 40+ MPH. And finally, I turn in to work and go up two levels in the parking garage. As expected, the ICE runs for about the first 5 minutes. Even when coasting down the hill the ICE is on and MFD registers about 50 MPG while regenerative brakeing. After about 5 minutes I can do a fair amount of gliding on the 45 MPH road. By the time I'm done on that road, I have 6 bars on the battery and coast or stealth the entire mile on the 30 MPH road. My question concerns when I get into the parking garage. If I'm sufficiently lucky not to have anyone tailgating me, I can advance to my parking spot in all electric mode. The problem is, the ICE kicks in, and even when in stealth or coasting, MFD reports 30-50 MPG. It seems pointless for the ICE to come on here, as I have 5-6 bars on the battery and the car is warmed up at this point. Any insights? Would the EV switch help here (activate EV when in the parking ramp to keep the ICE off)?