Sorry if this has been covered, but with Tesla growing exponentially how will they handle all the service that will need to be done on their cars? I have an ICE car (waiting for a Model 3 still) and can get it serviced at dozens of places nearby, but it seems like people need to take their cars to Tesla when they have issues. Will auto mechanics re-train to fix electric cars? Will Tesla offer some certification program for non-Tesla shops / people? I'm long Tesla and not one of these people predicting bankruptcy, doom and gloom, etc. What I am concerned about, though, is the customer experience / brand if things break and people have to wait months or something to get things fixed. Does Tesla have a plan to handle the increased volume?