So its been a few weeks since I took ownership of my roadster and I've been finding it really challenging at times dodging random road debris. I think being so low to the ground that its difficult getting a good vantage point on the stuff. I've so far hit two pieces of road debris that hasn't really hurt the roadster so far. I'm curious if anyone has encountered this stuff and if there's any tips to avoid besides slowing down, following further back from cars, and planning a line when in turns. The first encounter was an aluminum 6'x4" crumpled up something that was laying flat on the road. The highway is four lanes, 2 in each direction. I was in the fast lane making a line and merging gracefully over to the slow lane when at the last moment I saw this piece of junk laying right on the lane dividing line marker is as well as inline with my right in my left wheel track. Then I took a gulp and thump-thump and over I went. The crappy piece of tin then exited out from the rear tire's line. There wasn't any time to react and I feel any quick jerk of the wheel wouldn't have bought me all that much but rather could have led to a worse fate. When I reached my destination I surveyed around and under the car and not even a scratch could be found. The tires were good and there were no slices. Fvew! Then a day later another object comes flying! This time it was a tumbling 3" x 3" hard plastic piece of something not good. This thing came tumbling out from a car that kicked it up way ahead of me, it resembled a throwing star the way it was hurling at me with some good momentum. Again another helpless situation to dodge the thing and time really seemed to have s l o w e d d o w n when it was coming. It hit right below the front Tesla emblem and above the license plate holder. I had just removed that front license plate too... and that piece of junk when down under the car and out behind me. Went home and assessed the roadster. I could see a marking from the think that rubbed on the roadster paint right below the emblem (which buffed out with my hand), then right below that a minor scratch in the paint. Happy it was a simple damage that can easily be touched up. I really don't want to be seeing this stuff again, but I know I will and every time it makes me cringe my teeth. Both cases I was driving the posted speed limit, 50mph, and had a had a very large safety gap that I've learned to have between the car in front of me. The gap will save you and the roadster from rear-ending someone. I do believe its tight suspension and the majority of weight being favored more in the rear tends to give it not the best braking capabilities for that the weight and inertia is focused forward not down and over the front wheels as compared to an ICE vehicle with a frontly mounted engine and soft suspension (which focuses the braking force down over the front wheels where it needs it) and offer some successful chance in dodging the stuff.