I'm going to be taking the ICE cross country for a two week trip later this month. That leaves the MS in the driveway at home in northern CA. (Yes, I considered taking it instead but the ICE is AWD and snow tires and the MS is RWD with 21" non-snow tires) My question is how to leave it while I'm gone: Ambient temps will be 50-60 deg daytime down to perhaps 30 at night It'll be about two weeks unused I have HPWC available and can leave car plugged in, in the driveway outdoors in shade nearly all day So what's best practice? Just park it full and don't worry about it? Vampire drain seems like it'd take about 50-60 miles tops during that time under normal weather. But given the chance of significantly colder nights than I've experienced with this car before, I'm not sure that holds up. (First real frost last night and didn't notice what the drain was) Just plug it in and don't worry about it? Not hard to do but I'm not clear on how it behaves when left plugged in for days. I want it to stay on overnight charging only (EV plan) But I'm not sure it restarts on the next night (or later) as needed Plug it in, set the charge limit mid SOC? I read somewhere a recommendation for a month+ park to set SOC limit to 50% and leave it plugged in. This seems like overkill and leaves me with a half empty car unless I remember to 'phone it in' for a reset the day before returning. Any practical or theoretical advice out there?