I bought my used S85 with the intention of having it for 15 or 20 years. That means that, while Tesla have done a good job at putting in systems to reduce battery degradation regardless of user habits, I am keen to do everything in my power to minimise the degradation. Am I right in thinking that the following is a pretty exhaustive list of do’s and don’t do’s? * If not using the car for several days have it left at ~50% SoC. * Rarely exceed SoC over 80% and under 20%. Especially avoid very high SoC during high temperatures (not that we get much of that in the UK). Also avoid leaving the battery at a very low SoC during perpetually cold weather. * Charge to 100% once every couple of months or so in advance of a long drive. Try and time the full charge to finish right as you’re about to leave so it doesn’t sit at 100% for long. * In winter start charging the car a few hours before you depart so that it warms a bit before you get underway. Any others I’m missing or have misunderstood?