my P045xx VIN 2013 S85 is days away from crossing 60k miles. I purchased her as a CPO with 46k miles just under a year ago. the idea of crossing 60k miles is weighing on me. Not because there is anything wrong with my car. It's actually better than new thanks to all of the retro-fits that Tesla completed. The bumper to bumper CPO warranty still has plenty of life. The operating cost is very low and the car drives incredible. I'm finding myself hesitating to drive my Tesla out of fear of passing this artificial mileage line and the resale value plummeting. Once the car has over 60k miles, what's the difference (other than warranty) if it has 90k miles to a prospective buyer? In prior cars I would either sell before 60k or drive them til 90-140k miles. Is this just an ICE mentality that I need to get over?