Maybe this has been answered here before, but if so I could not find it.

I'm enjoying my 2010 Ford Escape at 10,000 miles, no problems so far!

But I have one question maybe someone can answer: My daily commute is about 45 miles each way; starting with about 35 miles high-speed expressway (75 mph) and ending with about 10 mi. city driving.

Question: after 35 miles at highway speed, my battery presumably is pretty much fully charged. When I apply brakes then, what happens? I know the car tries to use regenerative braking, but I guess the question is, how do the brakes work when the battery is fully charged?

Any reply would be appreciated!