Since the start of the year my wife and I decided to leave UK and travel around Europe in the California. Every 2-5 weeks we drive on to explore another destination. This has caused numerous problems with the battery, as often we will be parked in hotel/public car parks or street parking outside a rented apartment etc etc None of which have access to an electrical outlet to put the car on charge. Sometimes as exploring the local cities/towns etc is not ideal in a car, we may leave the car unused for up to a week. Since the start of the trip I've called Ferrari Assist multiple times and am now on my third replacement battery, because the Ferrari simply can't survive more than 5-7 days without being plugged in. I've had 2 separate Ferrari garages look at the battery and test for electrical drains etc and both have said "We can find no problem. This is just how Ferrari's work. Use the Ferrari charger when parked". For a $200,000 car this is a ridiculous design flaw. Being the supposed GT of Ferrari's you'd think the battery would last more than 5-7 days unplugged?! It makes the car unusable unless you've got a secure garage with an electrical outlet available. What is your experience?