I recently purchased the 2020 CRV Hybrid EXL, and I am really enjoying it - very comfortable, quiet and fun to drive. This is my first hybrid and I am trying to learn how to optimize the fuel mileage by taking advantage of the driving feedback tools. Does anyone know if the deceleration paddles on the steering wheel are different than the regenerative braking system? I have been using the paddles to adjust cruising speed or to slow down from a distance away when approaching a stop sign or traffic light, thinking that this may save wear-and-tear on the brakes. But not sure if that makes sense - are these different systems or the same braking system that can be activated in two different ways? (I have noticed pressing the brakes is required to stop if approaching at too high of speed, so they are not completely the same). Under what conditions would one use one system over the other?