If you'll be back in 2 weeks and you stay off the Tesla app, it should barely lose any charge at all.
I parked mine in my garage on 48%, not plugged in, last Tuesday (7th) and subsequently injured my foot and have been unable to drive, I got in my car today and it was still at 48%
Well, I have been monitoring it over the last few days. the app was showing 25 mile range on 16th March at 23:33 hrs, right now (17th March) it is showing 22 mile range as of 6 hr 10 min ago, so if it continues to discharge liniarly it will indeed be at zero upon my return in 14 days time.
Can you ask a friend/neighbour to plug the car in? You can coordinate opening the flap when they are able to plug the car in.
That isn't an option as there is no charging point at the property.
If you come back and it's 0%. You'll need to be prepared that it's completely dead and wouldn't respond to door handles.
I was under the impression that the door locks are operated by the 12v circuit/battery and therefore would be unaffected. is this not correct?
And this kids, is why you leave your car plugged in while away for a long time but charge to a SoC of the recommended amount or below.
No worries, no dramas then.
There is no charging point available, so no can do.
Just out of curiosity: what was the SoC when you left it?
So I second the suggestion to ask a neighbour to plug it in and then remotely set it to charge to 60%.
I cant recall the SoC when I leftiti think at least 20% as i don't let it get below this.
As mentioned above, there is no charge point at the property
Was it a higher % when you left ?
Yes, it was higher when i left over a month ago, likely above 20% as i dont allow it to fall below this.
May be third party apps that are waking up the car?
Have OP (and @Briggo
) signed up for any services like Tessie, Octopus Intelligent, etc?
No, I don't have either of those services.
....as mentioned above, it has lost 3 miles range in less than 24 hrs, with 14 days to run before my return home, I'm pretty much resigned now to returning to a zero % battery SoC.
My concern is what the consequences will be based on the increasing frequency of notifications I'm receiving from the Tesla app...