Hi all, As part of the free health check my CR-V (2014) received whilst in the garage the battery status had the amber (be aware) box ticked. If I remember correctly the same box was ticked when the car was serviced in May. I asked the guy why this should be the case for a less than 2 year old car which has a daily commute on motorways and A-roads. His response was that the battery was probably discharging on shorter journeys but when taken on a longer trip (ie my commute), the battery only charges to a level that it had previously dropped to, ie not 100% - and the only way for the battery to be fully charged is for it to mains charged using a charger. I know very little about how modern cars work but that sounds odd to me. For example I don't use stop/start very often unless I know I'll be stationary for a long time but presumably that would be bad for the battery? How can the alternator not charge the battery beyond a certain point - fuel saving? - has anyone else been told this? Sorry if I'm being dumb.