Please be honest with me here.
Realistically speaking: How often do Bolts need to be cold-rebooted (by disconnecting the battery)?
In nearly every way, a Bolt seems like a better alternative for me than my current VW ID.4. The Bolt designers did right nearly all of the things that the VW designers did wrong. (So far, the only glaring exception is that 2023 Bolts lost the lock/unlock controls on the rear exterior door handles.)
But a lot of folks here mention that they've needed to cold-reboot their Bolts by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery cable and that they even carry a 10mm wrench so they are ready when that need arises.
Honestly, I could NEVER sell this idea to my wife. Around our house, we refer to turning something off and then on again as the “Microsoft solution” to the problem (harkening back to the days when PCs and apps commonly needed to be power-cycled to recover from software failures) and I don't think she'd ever want to drive a car where this need might arise. (As it is, she won't drive my ever-buggy ID.4 for fear of it failing on her.)
So: Is this a real problem that frequently comes up? Have a lot of you needed to reboot your Bolts? Or is it just a rarity that ends up getting discussed here because it happened to a few people who come and post about it?