Has anyone else had this problem? I recently traveled internationally and did not drive my XC40 Recharge for 2 weeks. When I tried to drive it, there was a loud clunking from the rear of the car that recurred at about 1 knock per wheel revolution. I called Volvo and they took the car to the dealership. It turns out the rear pads had seized to the rotor and all had to be replaced. Whereas most cars have a pin that is inserted in the transmission when put into "park", the electric Recharge with a variable motor instead of a transmission just locks up the rear brakes. So evidently, leaving the car that long (mine was in a garage in very moderate southern California temperatures) can seize the pads to the rotors. Volvo is going to have to come up with a solution to this. Has anyone else left their car parked for a long time and had, or not had, any issue like this?