Ok, something about Ohm's law confuses me. People always say high voltage means low current, and low voltage means high current. For example, the car industry is considering putting 48V batteries in their cars for less current and less power loss. So my question is this: When I set up a basic circuit of a 1V battery and a 1 Ohm resistor, I calculate 1A. However, when I replace the 1V battery with a 2V battery, I get 2A. To me that says more voltage, more current. Can someone PLEASE explain this to me? Thank you!