There are lots of forum entries with Tips/Techniques. I suggest you read a lot. Some of the biggies are:
> Wait about 2 minutes after shutdown until your cooling fans turn off to plug in your charger ... or these fans will often not turn off. (I use my California Duster & Detail Spray to busy myself making the car look perfect while I wait!
> Don't spray a lot of water at your windshield as it can leak down & blow your CIU (the car's computer). You live in Vegas, so you'll rarely worry about a hard rain.
> Make sure you have all the maintenance/recall items done (including sealing the CIU).
> Let the car make its "welcome" sound before you try to Start -- Sometimes, the CIU will just show the Fisker Logo and never let you "agree", and you have to let the car sit still for 2 minutes and go to sleep to get it to come back.
> I like to use the Hill Modes as downshifting when stopping (and back to D when I get fully stopped). If the "charge meter" is to be believed, this gives you maximum re-gen braking. In stop & go traffic, it works well to leave it in Hill Mode 1.
> Note that the glove box needs the car in "On" or "Accessory" mode to open (i.e. your key fob is needed).
> Do not leave the car sitting for more than a few days without attaching a trickle charger to the 12-volt battery (there is a whole forum string dedicated to how/where to attach leads for this). You want to keep your 12 volt system charged. Driving it will do that. Parking it in the sun will do that (though not help your paint). But, don't leave it in a garage for 2 weeks -- you'll come back to a car that won't even open the doors.
> Pay attention to HarleyGuy and PhiskerPhilly on this forum. They are the experts and they are very free with their expertise and advice.