We bought a fully loaded 2018 Traverse in February 2018 and paid nearly $65,000. We love the car: it’s size, features and seating layout. Perfect for us and the 3 kids. In around August we experienced a strange problem where when parked in our driveway (very slight incline) the parking brake wouldn’t disengage. My wife was 7 months pregnant and couldn’t get the car to move. I thought she might me mistaken so didn’t think too much about it. Eventually after shutting down the engine for awhile it worked. About two months later the gear shifter acted up: when parking the car, and putting the shifter in ‘park’ and attempting to power down the car it wouldn’t recognize it was in ‘park’ and wouldn’t shut the computer off. We would turn the car off and on a few times and shift from ‘park’ to ‘drive’ a bunch of times and eventually it would take. I took it to the dealer and they said it was a known issue ( the gear shifter) and replaced components for free ( warranty). I also mentioned the parking break issue and the said it was probably related. A few weeks later the parking break issue happened to me: I was stuck in park and couldn’t move. Triple A and Chevy roadside assistance advised a series of shifting and restarting; nothing would get the car out of ‘park’. Eventually we disconnected the battery which reset the car’s computer. Problem was gone. Took it to dealer who didn’t know what to do. A few weeks later, happened again. Took to dealer and called Chevrolet to report and they checked connections and replaced nothing. Driving the car now but expect this to happen again soon. Next time I will have the car towed in while parking brake is stuck so that they can see the problem for themselves.