The battery coolant pump and OVMS "cooldown" have been pretty well exhausted in other threads so I'd like to discuss options for cooling the entire car. My basic problem is that in south Louisiana my car's current environment is over 30C from June to August which means that more or less, my battery coolant pump is running 24-7. Based on OVMS, My battery pack pretty much stays between 95 & 110F. It seems to me that running the pump for 90 days straight can't be great for the pump. I can run a cooldown, but find that it won't cool much past the point when the ambient temp and the battery temp equalize and that's nowhere near 30C. My car sits in a 2500 sqft shop with only minimal ventilation. Here are what I believe to be my options, but welcome any other suggestions from the group: 1. Don't worry about it. Pump will hopefully last and battery staying between 95 & 110F for 90 days isn't that big of a deal?? 2. Move the car outside under a covered area. It will drop below 30C for at least a few hours each day BUT then it's more exposed to the elements, spiders, dust, etc. 3. Move the car into the garage attached to my house and install an 18,000 BTU window unit. About 800 sqft to cool. Brick/wood/sheetrock installation with insulated doors, but no other insulation (plan years ago was to let the garage breathe a bit since it was not a conditioned space). I could also consider framing in one bay of the garage to significantly reduce the square footage. 4. Install a garage door in the side of my living room and keep it in the house. My wife likely would not go for option 4. Feedback is appreciated.