So a quick question for the group. Yesterday I got the dreaded 12V battery warning on my Model S, and Tesla service was wonderful and got me set up for a battery swap tomorrow, so I should be good. In the mean time, they said I could drive the car as normal, and that is was good for the 12V to do so. So I did, and I thought the 12V warning would eventually go away, but it never did. It is a bit unnerving to be driving with an active warning starring you in the face. I know the 12V warning is a common problem, but is it normal for the warning to stay on? I would love your thoughts! Thanks!