Well I had an interesting issue today. I went on vacation for 5 days (had to take the ICE car, couldn't take the Model S, was on a time constraint and I would have needed a supercharger in Allentown or Scranton PA for that). Anywho, the MS sat garaged for 5 or 6 days. After returning from my trip, I went to back it out of the garage and the front brakes were totally frozen. At first I thought the parking brakes wouldn't disengage, but then I realized this was the front wheels only and the parking brakes are only on the rears. I had called ownership and asked if there were any tricks to "unfreeze" them. I wasn't sure if there was some sort of software-lock that needed to get reset, or if it was literally just physically frozen. The Tesla rep I spoke with basically said it's probably just frozen due to cold weather and scheduled a tow. So I hung up and basically just thought to myself 'well if there is no software lock in place here and its just frozen, I wonder if I could just rock it back and forth and snap them'. The video below is just showing how they were locked when attempting to back out. The brake pads were literally frozen to the rotors?? I didn't record my attempt to "unfreeze them", but after rocking the car back and forth over and over again the brake pads finally unfroze from the rotors and now it is drive-able again. So, just thought this was interesting. I've never had this happen before on any car. I still need to call and cancel that tow now....lol anyone else have a similar issue like this?