Hi everyone, I have a ~14 mile commute in Seattle city/freeway traffic and can only charge at work (apartment garage without outlets). From work I can get home with right around half of the EV charge left in normal commute traffic. In the morning everything goes well until the very last mile, which starts with a 230 foot hill that has been rapidly draining the charge going up it (35mph and enough traffic to not want to really crawl up it to keep the power in the blue band, and it has a sharp right turn at the base so no building momentum possible) such that the ICE kicks on for about the last 1/2 to 3/4 of a mile before I get to the charger at work. I have only had the car since Sunday so still new, any ideas on how best to manage this situation? I am thinking it can't be good to be running the engine for very short times daily, and it could make it by dipping into the hybrid portion of the battery but it seems to turn on the engine when the EV meter reads 0.0 and then eats into the battery more (running at a charge deficit until I park and turn it off). There is another way to get past that hill that goes up a more gentle slope but covers an additional mile. Until I can figure out home charging I might just drive in HV mode in the morning to avoid generating moisture in a cold engine on a daily basis if I am not otherwise driving it enough to warm up the engine.