I've been keeping my fleet moving. Since my home internet is a joke, I've been bopping into town to use free Wi-Fi while sitting in the car. (Thanks, Panera Bread. Promise I'll make it up to you.
) Haven't had to make many supply runs since we normally keep a few weeks' stock on hand anyway, and we doubled up before everything was shut down. One of the benefits of living outside of town; the distance discourages daily trips.
Both of my i-MiEVs got new 12 volt batteries in the last year or so, and haven't had a dead battery since I discovered the trick of starting the car in the middle of a door unlock-lock cycle. The Bolt got a big AGM battery in it, so it'll sit for a long time without needing a charge.
Both of my i-MiEVs have this quirk where if the car is locked, and I go to retrieve something out of it with the simple process of unlock doors with key fob, open a door, close it, and lock the car with the fob, I'll have a dead 12 volt battery within a week. If I unlock the doors with the fob, open a door, start the car, shut it off, close the door, and lock it with the fob, the car can sit for a month+ and be able to start without a jump. Whatever drains the battery, having the car fully cycled before locking the doors lets it power down successfully.