Getting ready to move from northern California to Phoenix. The apartment complex I'll be renting at has a number of EV chargers onsite, one of the main perks of going there. However, there will be no power when using covered parking, and I hate to camp out at an uncovered EV charger that isn't visible from my house (i.e. security camera) all the time. The garages don't have outlets either, so I didn't bother with one. At my house here in California I've always had the ability to leave the car plugged in to a 20A plug. It does get cold here sometimes, and it isn't unusual if I forget to plug in to come out to the car with a few percent less than I left it with. I'm not worried about the cold in Phoenix, but more worried about the heat in summer. I'd like to leave cabin overheat protection turned on, but how much drain do you experience in the summer days with that enabled and without the car being plugged in? Would hate to get ready for work and walk downstairs to a nice cool dead car. Any advice on keeping the leather seats from cracking in the Phoenix heat would be great too. I'm on the fence about renting a garage, not sure if it's worth the extra $100+/month versus covered parking until I actually get there.