P85D owners are now starting to get their cars, and there are likely buyers who have not experienced the instant torque and acceleration of the Model S, much less that it is produced almost silently. I thought I'd start a post on some driving safety tips, because the S (and the P85D) present a few unique dangers to drivers, aside from the raw power. Here are a couple. Perhaps others can share more. First, the S is really quiet under power (compared to other cars). Be careful of changing lanes and then launching past a driver in the next lane over. This car teleports. They won't expect the quickness without a loud engine noise. At best they'll be startled. At worst they'll start changing lanes right into you. Second, be wary when gunning it from a stop light. People turning right on red at an intersection into your lane won't expect you to accelerate so quickly. There have been numerous cases of accidents where Señor Tesla guns it, then someone turns right on red not expecting señor Telsa to transport quickly and silently across the intersection. Smack, then sad Señor Tesla. Also, if you feel the urge to gun it from a stop light (many do), be careful of red light or very late yellow light runners in the crossing direction. Getting T-Boned is probably not fun. Make sure there are no cars coming across the intersection first. Be careful in turns. The planted feeling of the S will make some want to push hard through a turn. If you overdo it and th let up rapidly on the accelerator while in the turn, weight can shift to the front wheels rapidly, causing an oversteer condition and your tail can wrap around you like a kitty. Any folks want to share some others?