I have been told, at a Service Center, that I am welcome to buy an Extended Service Agreement (ESA) for my Model S, using the My Tesla checkout process, BUT, if I ever show up at a Service Center, they will promptly refund my money because I am ineligible for the ESA. How can that be? I am told that "by law we can't offer you" the ESA. Whose law? You guessed it, New Mexico. Apparently no Tesla owner in New Mexico can get an ESA. Now here is I question the legality of this. 1. If I pay online $4000 to a company based in California and incorporated in Delaware, for service that would require me to drive up to Denver (or go out to Scottsdale) to receive, then how the f*&% is that any of New Mexico's business? What possible legal interpretation gives New Mexico the right to, from my non-lawyer's eyes, block me from doing interstate commerce? Is this not tortuous interference? 2. There are no Tesla service centers in NM. So it is impossible to get the service that the ESA would offer, anywhere in the state. Again, how the hell does the state of NM have any right to interfere? Finally, this is just what I was told by one service person at a Tesla Service Center. Until I get this in writing or email from Tesla Corporate, I don't believe it. But if anyone's run into this in NM or any other state, I would love to know, because this is infuriating. My car is about to hit 47K mi and time's running out to get the ESA.