Hi all, for anyone who's interested. I've been forced to not drive my Model 3 for the entire month of March 2021 (and probably a bit longer). I had a pothole blow out one of my tires and I'm waiting to buy a replacement (I had already replaced original set due to wear and purchasedy replacement set from Costco. Unfortunately Costco has been "temporarily out of stock" on the Michelin Pilot Sport 4s for the entire month so far (I think it's because they're not buying them during their "BF Goodrich Sale", but that's just a guess on my part). Anyway, after I got towed home I plugged in and charged to 80%. On 3/1/21 at 10am I had 240 miles of range and I unplugged. As of 3/31/21 at 5:05pm I have 201 miles of range remaining (I only checked via the app so I don't have the % currently). 39 miles of range used (I'm estimating 13% used (so 67% left) which is about 10kw) in 30 days. My car is garaged and does NOT have sentry mode engaged. Just some real world data for anyone who cares. I know I'm probably paying more in fuel for this 1+ months of buying gas than if I had gone somewhere besides Costco to buy the same Micheline tire. But since Costco gives you a road hazard warranty on tires and there's less than 7k miles on it (I think I should get 60+% of my replacement tire back). It's the principle.