Yes, very important to have someone check that the car is still periodically charging. There has been at least one Tesla out there that was bricked (battery pack ruined) because the circuit breaker tripped and the car drained the battery.
* Set Charge Limit to 50/60%
* Set Charge Current to 6 amps (reduces the chance that the circuit breaker will trip)
* Set Smart Preconditioning OFF (Settings > Vehicle > Smart Preconditioning off)
* Set Energy Saving ON, Always Connected OFF (Settings > Displays > Energy Saving)
To protect your tires, either put your car on a lift or use FlatStoppers.
Just checking in to see if there are any updates. I have to store my 70D for 4-6 months. I was going to use a "self storage" So for I have gleaned:
-Keep it plugged in. Set to 50% charge.
-Check the app to make sure it does not trip the breaker.
-Set current flow to 6 amps (not sure how to do this...)
-Put something under tires to keep the concrete from rotting them.
-Climate control ideal.
-Rodent control critical.