There's what I believe some myth around Roadster servicing The Hong Kong video posted recently has a Tesla employee (I assume) talking about servicing windshield wipers, tires, and brake pads "That's it." I don't think that's true. I can count at least 5 fluids: a) Battery Coolant b) Brake Fluid c) A/C coolant (OK, so it's a gas, but it's a fluid at some temp ;^) d) Final gear oil (maybe not replaceable without dismantling, which would be big $$) e) Rack and pinion steering oil What else can go wrong? A/C systems break, I don't know much about the heater in the Roadster. And, the electric fans that run when charging, etc. - what kind of motor is in those and what's the expected life? Suspensions are pretty robust, but shocks do wear. A car is a tough environment. How many PEM failures have been reported? What else? I love my Roadster. I'm just concerned that while servicing is way better than ICEVs, it's not as low maintenance as is sometimes being touted.