Mileage Decreases when not in use

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Not sure if this is the right forum to post on, but I just got the Model 3. I've driven it a few times. On Sunday I drove it after charging to full and it's now about 25 miles less than when i last drove it. I checked it this morning it was at 274 then 3 hrs later at 270. I've owned a Blot and a Leaf both of these cars didn't have this happen, but i wanted to know if anyone else experiences this and if this is an issue or this is just something that the Model 3 does.

I have turned off the fan auto turning on when the internal temp gets too high since it sits in my garage.
 

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Not sure if this is the right forum to post on, but I just got the Model 3. I've driven it a few times. On Sunday I drove it after charging to full and it's now about 25 miles less than when i last drove it. I checked it this morning it was at 274 then 3 hrs later at 270. I've owned a Blot and a Leaf both of these cars didn't have this happen, but i wanted to know if anyone else experiences this and if this is an issue or this is just something that the Model 3 does.

I have turned off the fan auto turning on when the internal temp gets too high since it sits in my garage.
Think you’ll find all you need to know here.
https://teslaownersonline.com/threads/the-‘vampire-drain’-reference-place.5346/

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