So I'm going to store my Model S for at least a year, probably two. I'll leave it in the garage, with a 50% charge rate, plugged in, perhaps with a cover on it. I was also planning on putting it on some of those circular-depression ramps - something like these, but not sure if that is sufficient to prevent any kind of tire shenanigans considering the length of the storage and the fact that the car is so, so heavy. Anything else I should do, or do you all think this would be sufficient? Tires inflated to full pressure? Anything else? I think when you usually park a car for a long time you're supposed to not engage the parking brake because it might get stuck eventually. Is there a way to do that with the Tesla? Can I put it in neutral and get out of the car without it putting itself automatically in park? Also, the car will be stored in the SF Bay area in CA - if the car does not have the parking brake engaged, how likely is it that an earthquake could push the car off those race ramps?