This is undoubtedly a lazy man's question, as the simple work-around is go out, unplug the car, and start charging it again. But I'm interested in knowing if there is a way to accomplish what I'm trying to "the lazy way" and if it's even a good idea, or if, for some reason, it may be bad for the battery to do this. I charged my P85D to 90% a couple of days ago, and haven't driven the car since. I have left it plugged in. The range showed as 225 at the time, and is now down to 218, due to vampire loss, etc. Checking the mobile app, I am unable to start a charge, as the mobile app indicates, "charging complete." I realize I could set the charge point to 95% or 100% and start charging, but I don't want to do that. I also could probably "trick" the car, by setting a higher charge point, start the car charging, and then immediately setting it back to 90%. I don't really want to do that either, as I'm not sure what the possible ramifications of that may be. I guess my questions boil down to two things: 1) Is there a safe way to replace this vampire loss without physically unplugging the car and plugging it back in, preferably by using the app alone? 2) Would it be better --NOT-- to replace this vampire loss, and is that the reason the app is not allowing me to do it, in which case I also should not unplug and charge the car? This is not an issue for my next use of the car, but it may be an issue in the future, for some other trip, so I thought it made sense to ask. Thanks.