Newbie question here. If I have the car plugged in but I am not charging, should the battery still drain, or should it pull power from the wall for things such as the cabin overheat protection? I plugged in at work this morning and set the charge limit to 60% (for the purposes of this test). It charged up to 186 miles and said charging complete (it finished by 10am). By the time I came out to the car at the end of the day, the car range was at 182 miles, but the car was still plugged in. So it 1) didn't seem to pull power from the wall, and 2) didn't start charging again after it drained the battery a few miles. Is this normal? (Side note: a few days ago I was connected to a charger that caused it to keep starting and stopping charging, so I wanted to make sure the behavior above wasn't caused by some type of damage from the apparently intermittent charger).