You will see by my profile that I am a Model X owner, but I am posting in the S forum since my question is about something that happened to a friend who owns a Model S. He recently parked his car in a small regional airport parking lot. Upon his return landing, he enabled the AC and proceeded to the spot where he parked his car. Much to his surprise, the car was not there. Then he noticed that the airport had resurfaced the lot where his was parked. He opened up his Tesla app and the locator was showing that the car was still where he parked it. He then used the app to honk the horn in order to locate the car. Thankfully, he was able to find the car. Obviously, the airport had towed his car, but I was surprised that the process of towing the car didn't trip his alarm, nor did it notify him via the app that the alarm had been tripped. It was also odd that the app locator showed the previous location of the car, not the present one. At first, I thought maybe he had the energy saver turned on and the keep alive beacon wasn't active, but he told me when he finally located the car, the AC was running! Has anyone seen anything like this before? Has anyone tripped their alarm and seen what happens? This all seemed very strange to me.