I live in the country, in the woods. I occasionally see mice in my garage. Once in a while we have found evidence of mice nesting or other mice activity in or around our ICE vehicles. The air filters were a popular location to find things--their bedding or acorns, etc. I am concerned about this kind of thing happening with the Model S both because of the value of the Model S, and because I fear the Tesla may be orders of magnitude more attractive to the mice because it will be warmer much longer, since it will be plugged in and warming the battery. While the ICE vehicles would come in hot and quickly cool down, the Tesla is likely to stay at a temperature that I fear the mice may find quite appealing. Is this a problem? If so, what have others done to solve it? I know this probably sounds like a funny problem, and that I should expect answers like "get a cat", but I am really concerned about this. In the past the mice have done some not insignificant damage to the ICE vehicles, and I'd really like to avoid that. Trying to keep them permanently out of the garage if the Tesla is, in fact, attractive to them is probably not a viable option. Mice can be pretty resourceful. Thanks for any suggestions.