In summer temperatures it is perfectly okay to let it go 4-6 weeks with it unplugged and in 'Store' status. See http://www.airforums.com/forums/f449...age-46718.html
. Your more critical issue would be if extended storage let it discharge significantly; eg, below 45% for lead-acid and different figures not at the tip of my tongue for AGM...
You'll note -- plugged in, you cannot get the HAL-9000 eye to go out.
Therefore you cannot get it into store status. It will take perfectly good care of itself if unplugged and left dormant for weeks or a month.
There are a few but only minor parasitic draws in 'Store' status; eg, the LP detector. Take-home point -- it will easily be healthy 4-6 weeks after being put in 'Store.' Before camping, I pull mine into the driveway 1-2 days before, plug it in, and start the fridge to get it cooling down. The batteries top off. Better then! Because recharging through the umbilical while towing is a very inefficient process -- little accomplished after 200 miles and maybe not fully recharged after much more.