My Roadster warranty is about to run out. Just had it serviced. No problems found. No noticeable battery degradation in 10k miles. A year back I did however have a complete PEM failure (thank goodness I was not on a main road at the time!). I'm looking at the 3-year extended warranties which are even more expensive in the UK than in USA. Extortionate actually. Extended Service Agreement: £5650 GBP (approx $9200 vs. $5000 in US) Battery: £6500 GBP (approx $10500 vs. $7500 in US) All excluding sales tax/VAT. I can see that the battery warranty may be a reasonable punt given the cost of the warranty vs cost of replacement battery pack (x5) [no option to replace sheets in UK]. However, the cost of the extended service agreement seems to be excessive in that it's cost is almost the same as a PEM. I can't see what other (major) components justify the cost. The motor itself, whilst expensive, it extremely unlikely to fail. I'm wondering what other owners thoughts are (European specifically). I would assume that not having a warranty seriously lowers the car's residual value. Which options, if any, have you taken? Ray.