powersurge wrote:I do not agree with people who are so obsessive about accuracy and numbers that they are STILL not happy and complain... does it matter to measure battery charge down to the milli watt? Before this car, did anyone ever worry how many miles of life were left on your gas car?? No. Totally unimportant. To those people I say.. Shut up, drive your car (however long it has left), and be happy.
I read this paragraph 3 times and I still have no idea what you are getting at, although it seems pretty reasonable to me for people to evaluate their cars during ownership for degradation.
What I mean by this paragraph is that... Yes the bars on the dash are not very informative. Leafspy has been a great help in measuring your car's battery. However, what I do not agree with is now people are debating how accurate Leafspy is, and trying to figure out its accuracy and expect really precise information of their car with Leafspy. Yes, there is a tendency for people to be "obsessed" with getting all possible information. The truth is.. Use Leafspy as a tool, like a fuel gauge, and don't expect it to be a precise scientific measurement.
And for all of you debaters..... Do not come back with the old - "they have a right to know everything because they care about their cars."