Recently, in addition to the roadster which is for weekend use, I added another ICE car which can go a bit further than my LEAF
I already owned 2 - 10 year old ICEs when I got my Leaf, a p/u and a SUV. They immediatly became the "second car". After experiencing the Leaf for the past 13 months, I hope to never buy another ICE again, and especially a new one. The two I have are in good shape and with limited use, will easily last until the next-gen long range EV batteries hit the market.
Edit: Congrats, It was hard to tell you purchased a Volt. I don't consider the Volt an ICE. Although it has one, it is small. It is a viable alternative to the standard ICE until the nex-gen batteries arrive. A friend has 8,000 miles on his Volt and is still on the same tank of gas the dealer gave him.