Near where I live there is a strange three way intersection where one lane in a single direction has no stop sign, but all other lanes and directions do. Think of a Y where one arm is coming down a hill, and only when coming down the hill is there no stop. The right arm, when coming down the hill without the stop, is completely blind, so the stop sign there is a major safety mechanism. I was coming down the hill, so no stop. A young guy, maybe 20, in an older Jeep Gand Cherokee was coming from my right into the intersection, and a man in an newer S-class was coming from the left. The Jeep blew through the stop sign at a decent clip, and by the time I saw him the Merc was honking, I assume to warn me. To avoid t-boning him, and to avoid the Merc, my only option was slamming the brakes and going hard right. First off, I didn't roll. From all the press, that is no surprise, but still, wow. Had I been in my wife's Highlander Hybrid it would absolutely have rolled. Even in the Tesla I felt like I was on two wheels. The Jeep stopped, and the guy in the Merc got out and started screaming at the kid. I also got out and had words with him, before he told me to "(bleep) off," and drove away. The guy in the Merc then asked me a lot about the car, and said he couldn't believe I avoided the crash without rolling. It convinced him to consider the Model S next year when his lease was up. I was quite shaken, and after the fear passed, pretty angry. The guy telling me the Model S saved my derrière improved my mood greatly. Almost nine months in and I'm continually impressed by this car. It really is a joy, and now I probably owe it for saving me from what could have been a bad accident.