I'm wondering if anyone else has run into this. I signed up for a test drive online where the form stated you have to be 21 years old to test drive. However, when I got to the store, they informed me that I couldn't test drive because I'm not 25 or older. Luckily, I brought my dad along, so I rode in the back. Still, I was bummed I didn't get to experience what it's like to drive a Tesla, especially considering I was one of the ones who waited in line to preorder the Model 3. I'm getting the 3 regardless, but I still feel like if I've put money down to reserve a Tesla, I should be able to test drive one to see how it feels. Now, the 25 year age requirement could have been because the only cars the Raleigh, NC store had available to test drive were the P90D and P90, which I can imagine have much higher insurance costs than an entry level MS. So, I can understand if that's why I ran into the 25 or older requirement. However, from the way the employee stated the policy to me, it seems like it was a standard policy. Regardless, it was a bit of a confusing experience with the discripency between Tesla's website and what actually happened in one of their stores. Has anyone else run into this problem?