I'm still learning, so apologize if previously covered (I searched the topic), but does charging cause extra cooling of the batteries to occur? Reason I ask is I'm 110 charging in the Florida sun. I can hear the cooling fans on. And I am not really adding mileage to the batteries, and even losing some during the hotest part of day. I do have the overheat cabin cooling on, so perhaps that is causing some. But I am wondering if it is better to just not charge at all so the battery cooling fans don't kick on as often. I am not sure if I am describing my question well, but I think maybe charging causes the battery cooling fans to kick on more often?