Well, yeah, but you know it's true...
Seriously though, I totally can relate to that stat for California. As I wrote in a previous post, the i3 is the "most common" car I've owned in a long time. (viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16566
My boys are I have been keeping vigilant, and if we draw a 1/2 mile radius around our house, we now know of TEN i3's in our neighborhood! That's crazy. TEN others! Those are Prius numbers. And only one of those we spotted pulling out of a garage. The others all street / driveway park. So how many more are there that we haven't spied yet?