I would advise everyone to make sure your Jack Points aren't damaged after having your car serviced. At 19k miles I caught a nail last week and took my MS to Discount Tire to see about a repair. The tread was too low to legally repair, so I had a new set of Michelin's put on. They said it would take 45 minutes, but after an hour, I peered into the service area to see my MS jacked up on 4 standard floor jacks. 20 minutes later they drove my car to the front of the store. I asked the technician why he used 4 floor jacks, and he indicated they weren't allowed to use lifts on Tesla's. Hmm, I thought, that's pretty strange as I've read it's better to lift a Tesla at all 4 lift points simultaneously, as to limit the amount of torsion applied to the integral suspension which includes the battery. In a nut shell, they damaged the jack points and battery liner with the floor jacks. I'm having an adjuster look at the damage today. I've read that 4 hockey pucks could prevent this kind of damage!