GM says drivers of the Chevy Volt have been driving 1,000 miles between gas ups. Pretty good, huh? So the way this is supposed to work is that average drivers are going short distances in their commuter car -- 30-40 miles, and the Volt holds up on the charge. They charge up at work or more likely at home, and don't need to use the gas tank for much of anything at all. Perhaps the EPA window stickers are going to be thrown out the window?