Tesla has the capability to track Model S vehicles. They have an app that will shortly be able to do it on iPhone and android. They tracked a vehicle for the 400 mile challenge. They are now using a third party to transport their vehicles and the delivery specialists seem to be unable to locate the cars and thus cannot provide estimates for delivery times. Many have posted delivery experiences when they have been given minimal notice that the car is arriving. Others, like myself, have received no response from Tesla weeks after the vehicle left Freemont. Why can't they use their own, built in tracking system to locate each Model S traveling to various parts of the US? Think of it as "Find My iPhone" for the Model S.