I'm in the military and I have a Tesla on order. In a year or two, I may have to do what we call a "short tour" to a region like South Korea, Egypt or Honduras. These are one year long tours in which you leave your family and possessions in the US. Typically if you are single like I am, the military puts all of your belongings into storage. This includes your vehicle. My question would be; if my 90D is fully charged and then put into storage mode, will the battery be ruined after one year? Must the car be plugged in for long duration storage? I'd assume the military vehicle storage facilities don't have electric outlets for EV's. I would have to procure a storage facility myself that has an electrical outlet, if they exist. That may be preffereable anyway seeing as then I could put the car on jack stands and get the weight off the tires/suspension. Something that isn't done in regular storage. Anyone have any experience with LONG term storage with a Model S?