The answer is almost certainly "no," but I ask all the same, in the hope of learning. I live in a small condo. complex with a shared garage. Once opened, the main garage door is on a timer that will close the door after 45s. When leaving the garage, if I am at all delayed, I usually keep pressing on the open button of my remote to reset the timer. I got distracted last night, and although I thought I was pressing the open button (which does not always "take"), the very thing I'd been fearing for years finally happened -- the rear end roof of my Volvo station wagon contacted the descending door. It did some nasty scraping across two feet of the roof (including clipping off my Sirius antenna dome). I was/am seriously pissed off with myself, and could not help but think about how I'd be feeling right now if I'd done this to my new Model S (still on order), rather than my 31-year-old Volvo. I will be considering improvements to the door mechanism (including augmenting/extending the "photo eye" mechanism which causes the door to open if a light path is interrupted). I can't imagine anything about the Model S that could be used to prevent such a accident, but thought I'd ask all the same.