Just had a small nightmare with my Roadster :frown: ... fortunately solved for now, but thought I'd share my story. I'd stopped for a coffee and when I got back into the car, I couldn't turn the key past the off position. I spent a good 15 minutes trying all possible movements (turning the wheel while twisting the key, flipping the key over, re-inserting 100 times, etc.). I ended up calling roadside assistance and indeed I'd exhausted every option except one -- spraying the inside of the lock with silicone lube. Fortunately a friend of mine was around to pick me up, drive me to the nearest AutoZone so I could get a $4 can of the silicone spray lube, and back to my car. I sprayed the key and the inside of the lock and after about a minute of jiggling and re-inserting, it finally went. Phew! I was very close to needing a flatbed tow (to my house) and waiting until Monday or Tuesday for a tech to come out and fix it. Last week, my trunk release (both key fob and interior button) wouldn't work (it didn't even SOUND like it tried to do anything when I pressed the button) -- I had to open with a key. Between these two things, the fogging lights, a bubble in the "paint armor", and the suspension rattles & squeaks (to be checked into), I'm getting a little ... turned off. :frown: I'd have been a little embarrassed to have it towed today, but even more embarrassed for Tesla.