After the SC picked up my loaner P85 I began to notice the lack of acceleration that my own S85 had. When I first got it I marveled at its acceleration, what had happened to dull my dream. I got a call from my doctor as I was posting in another thread. I explained my symptoms: a hoarse cough, lack of appetite, trouble breathing and pain if I breathed in to deeply. My cough was troubling him so he began to suggest scheduling some more tests to figure out what was going on. As we spoke he took a look at my recent chest X-ray and his demeanor changed. He told me to go the emergency room immediately. I checked into the emergency room and they hooked up the wires and monitors, stuck me with needles and stole my blood. The nurses came to check on my and it seemed my O2 levels were low and I needed to get my heart rate up or they would need to admit me. Lying there waiting for the doctor to return I began wondering. Does this hospital have EV charging stations? I needed a place to plug in my phone and my car. It was then I asked about the nearest charger, one nurse said the nearest charger was at a nearby shopping center. None at the hospital, not even a Level 1. Asked what car I drove I gladly volunteered that I had a Tesla model S. She had hadn’t heard of Tesla so I began to tell her, “Best Car Ever”, “Safest Car Ever”. The Doctor came to check me one more time before doing the admission paperwork as we were talking about the MS. As he peaked in the curtain he saw that that my O2 levels were up and my heart rate was normal. Before he left he remarked that my O2 levels had gone up 5 points just while we were talking. He would get my prescriptions together and they would release me soon. It just leaves me with questions. Was my illness the result of finally driving a P85 and then having to give it up? Did my MS keep me from being admitted to the hospital? How can I upgrade to P? Will I ever recover? Cough, cough, cough.