You would want to turn off 'always connected' and if you have any 3rd party apps that look at data for your car regularly (www.TeslaFI.COM, etc) then use their options to allow your car to go into a deep sleep.palmermd wrote:Can i take a 10 day vacation and leave my Model 3 plugged in at home and come home and drive it?EVDRIVER wrote: Yes it was fixed unlike the LEAF. Also be careful what you read, many of these "failures" falsely stated and the I doubt an owner can diagnose a drive failure. But keep trolling the Tesla forum for FUD to post here. Perhaps you can post some of the LEAf and other EV or car maker issues as well. Make a chart, I know who will come out on top.
Haha, the problem is there are so many apps to look at and track cool data that some cars only go into sleep mode and not DEEP sleep mode.
None of this matters if you are plugged in in your garage but if you leave your car at the airport you should let it DEEP sleep and not check the battery regularly (waking it up).