I'll say it AGAIN. You people who have been hypnotized into doing a MUST HAVE service, Tesla will allow you to spend your money. You people who can realize this is not a standard gas car will realize there is nothing to service other than tires and windshield wipers. Brakes are rarely used, and water gets into a brake system mainly at the pistons and rotors. There is no oil to change, there is no transmission (just a reduction gear), there is no exhaust system or cooling system full of water, though there is some cooling for the battery which includes AC. Tire alignment is done poorly or well at both Tesla and any other tire shop. They all have access to the alignment data. But generally, "Service" doesn't exist. Tesla calls it an "inspection". Any garage can fill the wiper fluid and check the brake fluid. Any owner can add wiper fluid or put air into tires. Or, heck, get your garage to do it and pay extra. I take mine to a local body shop, saving me time and money. Seems like every week someone wants to know about service on their new Tesla and we go through this again. There is NO SERVICE. Drive it until you have a problem, then get it fixed. I have driven two Model Esses near 80,000 miles each, no service. Sold one, still driving the second one, have a Model 3 with a few thousand on it. NO SERVICE. Please, take a deep breath, relax, and drive.