Thought this might be of some interest to Tesla enthusiats everywhere. FUD is a global tactic as the following shows: In Norway there is an organization very similar to AAA in the US called NAF. It has over 500.000 members which is rougly 10% of the Norwegian population. (AAA has 54 million members which is 17% of the US population). They publish a magazine called "Motor". Their testing of cars and tires normally gets a lot of press coverage. In the last issue the following article was publish, written by a very experienced motor journalist named Rune Korsvoll: My translation: Well, well. My translations is more or less correct so the poor writing must be blamed on the "journalist". Naturally I have contacted both the journalist and his editor asking for quite a lof of answers but the article is already on print and has been regurgitated numerous times in national online media outlets. The main FUD is of course the extensive reporting of what happens when you turn off TC (why on earth do that on winter roads???), the "fact" that it seems easy to inadvertedly turn off TC (us owners know you have to go through many levels of menues to do this, AND read a warning box and click OK) and the total abcense of reporting what really happens when you press the go pedal on a slippery surface (with TC enganged): not very much - no wheel spin at all in my experience.