A few weeks ago, an unintended acceleration complaint was filed with NHSTA and picked up by a few media outlets such as http://green.autoblog.com/2013/09/25/tesla-model-s-involved-in-unintended-acceleration-incident/. this was discussed here http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/21920-Unintended-Acceleration-Complaint However, a few days after that, another unintended acceleration complaint was filed. I didn't see this discussed here yet. this owner basically says he knows how to drive (lol, so does everyone else. that's why we have whats called a "drivers license"... well that could be argued though HAHA). anywho he has "driven over 10k miles with the MS" and basically says no doubt this was def an unintended acceleration incident. he also says Tesla employees are not allowed to speak to him " TESLA INSTRUCTED THEIR STAFF TO NOT COMMUNICATE WITH ME ABOUT THIS ACCIDENT." .... weird ... most if not all unintended acceleration complaints are proven to be user error so I have my doubts of course.