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  1. I think your concerns are valid. There have been premature failures of hybrid batteries through light or low vehicle usage. Batteries that spend time in a low state of charge have a reduced service life. With the exception of the recently released MY21 Yaris Hybrid, other Toyota hybrids have use Nickel Metal Hydride batteries, which have high rates of self discharge so you'd have to have some method of trickle charging while storing the car and I don't know if this is technically possible? But the abovementioned problem aside hybrid cars are most suited to vehicles that do high cit

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