I've had my car hauled to the Service center 6 times in 3 months and it's 120 miles away. Big hassle. The latest happened just now. I gently pushed the horn to warn a chipmunk you're about to be squished. The horn didn't work. I proceeded without killing it and then pushed my horn again normally to test it, thinking I just pushed it poorly. THIS TIME IT WORKED, BUT IT STAYED ON!!! No matter what I did it wouldn't shut off and with no place to pull over in traffic. People must have thought I was a rude SOB! 2 miles later I pulled into my driveway with it still going. After hitting park it finally quit. And yes I passed people in my addition with it blaring. I could have stopped a bit sooner but I just wanted to get home and I feared it would do something else if I shut it off. The ranger is coming by soon as I'm afraid to start it again for fear it won't stop the continual honk the next time,even if I turn it off. Other problems so far: 1. Seatbelt was installed twisted, digs into my waist 2. Interior lights on door, never plugged in at factory 3. My drivers side mirror had plastic or paper coming out of the seam where it meets the body panel 4. My 12 v battery died 1 month in. 5. It had a few scratches at delivery 6. There'ssomething banging around inside the rear passenger door panel when I turn quickly... Probably another part not installed. 7. Past 35mph, my drivers side windows sound like they're open with rushing air noise. Thats just off the top of my head. The horn, seatbelt, door banging and window air will be addressed in this visit. The other stuff WAS fixed. People at Tesla are great, but it's spent half of its short life with me at the shop! DID I GET ONE OF THOSE CARS MADE ON A FRIDAY, or whatever day workers slop stuff together? I'm now driving my Genesis which has had almost no problems in 5 years and 96,000 miles! PLEASE... just one month without something breaking.