Two weeks in with my new Outlander PHEV, and it's been a real learning curve. Live in a flat, so no home charging possible yet - though looking into getting an OLEV grant to get a charging point installed in the car park. Quickly realised the only charge cable supplied with the car was usable only with a 3 pin home power point. Went to Halfords to buy a proper cable and they had no idea what I meant. Found a good supplier online at around £125 but wasn't sure what type to get. Phoned a Mitsubishi dealer to ask. He didn't really know but suggested I should get a Mitsubishi charge cable, at double the cost. Nearly ordered one but soon worked out that it would only be good for charge points that couldn't do rapid, and they were all tethered (and yes, I didn't know what that meant until now). Drove to one (Ecotricity) in Warrington and took a while to find the right cable for the car. But got an error during attempted charging as it didn't seem to like my access card (Charge Your Car) quickly purchased online as I was learning how this all worked. Been running with battery charge gone until yesterday. Seem to have found a combination that works but need you experts to tell me I'm not doing something daft. I select Charge plus regenerative braking (B5) and drive just a few miles and back again. As if by magic, battery is now 90% charged. Will obviously turn Charge off when battery full. But I quite like B5. Can I keep it in B5 for most driving? Or is that a dumb thing to do? May never find anywhere to charge this car but maybe that won't matter if it charges itself so quickly just driving around town. So far, confusing. But love the car.