Key question for more experienced owners - do the car's screens ever crash while driving? And if so - has anyone had both of them crash simultaneously? This incident has me a bit worried. Okay, this has me a bit freaked out because I've had this car only a week and have come to depend on Autopilot essentially 100% of the time I'm on freeways. I have loudly defended Tesla's priorities against the "whiners" as I call them who are agitating on the forums for bug fixes. I can live with a slow web browser and outdated navigation if that means Autopilot is getting made more and more reliable. But the entire center console screen crashing and requiring me to reboot the car? Question - does this ever happen while driving? It happened to me in a parking lot. I've had my 2016 70D only a week and the center console screen has already crashed (both last night). I returned to the parked car after getting some groceries and everything seemed normal except for the fact that the center screen was completely blank. The car was drivable but I decided not to test my luck and remained in the parking lot and called tech support. While on hold with Tesla I found the reset procedure here on the forums and had performed it already and driven away by the time tech support answered my call. The car required two resets to get the center screen back - the first time I did the reboot only the screen in front of the steering wheel came back on (in fact it didn't blank out at all).