Any thoughts on this question are appreciated. I am a bit confused.
I learned from the second generation Insight forum (on this web site) that the 2010 Insight needs to be driven daily in order to maintain good health of the vehicle.
Is this also true of other cars like the first generation Nissan Leaf or the Toyota Prius C?
Many people who are drawn to electric and hybrid vehicles
are, without a doubt, also drawn to the idea of driving less often
. Driving less often and
making each trip less dependent on gasoline seems like a great way to save money. But what if going days and days at a time without driving actually harms the vehicle and leads to more money spent on repairs?