I get that, but research strongly suggests that keeping EV batteries at 100% state of charge will impact long term battery capacity/range. I am hoping to preserve my range as long as possible and if all I have to do it adjust a setting on the vehicle or the charger, it seems like a worthwhile extra step. Luckily my round trip daily commute is only about 52 miles, so leaving home with 80-90% charge isn't an issues, even with the AC cranking!!jadnashuanh wrote: ↑Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:15 pmYou do realize that even when physically connected, the car does disconnect the acv input once it thinks it's fully charged? It's not like most cell phones or computer batteries. IOW, the batteries are not always sitting with a charging voltage applied to them.
Nashua, NH? I went to, and graduated from UNH a long time ago and have been spending time in the Lakes Region (Moultonborough) since I was a kid in the 80's and my grandparents retired there from Long Island, NY. It was only last summer that house was sold!