Hi everyone. I'm about to go on holiday for a fortnight which will mean leaving my MS85 idle. I don't have a home charger yet (hopefully within a month) so rely on the nearby supercharger at Westfield. This means my car will sit idle for 3 weeks without a charge or usage, starting at about 55% battery. I assume the vampire drain and energy usage to warm up after the 3 weeks will leave me plenty of juice to make the 5 mile trip to the supercharger once I'm back? I have heard mixed things about cold weather. While the cold is clearly not great for energy usage while the car is running, I have read that being left idle for a long time in cool temperates is, if anything, better for battery longevity and doesn't increase the rate of vampire drain. Thoughts? I also bought the MS with the view to drive it for 15+ years so battery longevity is key to me. I'm wondering if it will do better getting a charge before I go, then sitting idle for a fortnight at 60 to 80% versus the current status of being idle for 3 weeks and going from 55% to (say) 20%.