Last night I plugged my car in for a charge. This morning I noticed on the app that the charging was interrupted slightly before it was to the set charging level (stopped at 265 miles instead of 275 miles). I found that the circuit breaker had tripped and therefore the charger was not active. I restored the power to the circuit and the charger lit up but the charging light on the car did not come on. I was not able to disconnect the charging cable nor was I able to start the car. Inside the car I was getting a series of messages flashing on the screen: Unable to charge, unplug and try again; Cannot maintain vehicle power car may stop driving or shut down; car needs service unable to charge. I called tesla and they had me reboot the screen. They also had me shut down the whole power system and turn it back on by opening the door or pressing on the break. (note it was making a whining noise). When none of this worked the plug was disconnected by using the emergency release in the trunk. Since the car would not start a flat bed was sent to get it to the dealer. Before the car was towed I tried again to start it (roughly an hour later). This time it seemed like it would start since the steering wheel moved into place. I also was a green flashing message that the car was powering up and to wait. That said, nothing ever came on so the car was towed. I am pretty frustrated with this car as I have had a number of issues: AC not working, phone key works intermittently, phone opens car but won't start car, phone echo on bluetooth calls, steering column won't automatically adjust when starting car. The AC and steering column issue have been fixed. The phone key was so bad at one point that none of the service guys could get their phones to work either. This may not be the car for me. I love driving it but it is pretty frustrating to have so many issues.