Do you get a specific pop up on your mobile app telling you that it has been turned off, or does it just fail to connect to the car? I ask because my Model S is in the body shop (two weeks today). See my old thread for why. Anyway, like any "normal" owner on this forum would do...:wink:, I've been watching it's movements closely and often. One thing I've found frustrating is that it would be moved out from the back (locked and gated storage lot) into the front parking lot and it would be left there all day. It would sit in this exact same spot from 8 AM to 5:50PM without being moved. So I know these are days that it is sitting without any work being done on it. Of the 10 business days it has been at the shop, I'd say 75% of the time this was the case. In fact, I never saw it actually inside a building until just a few days ago when I finally called them out on it. After an email from my service writer that said, "unfortunately repairs are taking longer on your Tesla because of the location of the charge port" . I kindly replied back with "I understand, thanks for the update. Out of curiosity, did we have to order replacement parts? Or is your Tesla specialists busy with others? Because I've noticed that it will sit in the exact same parking spot outside in the front parking lot all day without being touched for majority of the days it's been at the shop. I'd like to know because the insurance company only allowed me a specific number of days of rental car coverage based upon your estimate of how long it will take to fix the car." About 35 minutes later, the car was moved into a bay and the trunk and rear door were open, and it was charging.....amazing. So now, as of this past weekend, I can't access it at all. Ever since Saturday, it just has the little circle and won't connect. I even downloaded VisibleTesla and it won't connect either. Just curious if they finally just turned off remote access.