In Las Vegas for a car event, I drove two enthusiasts by the Tesla dealer. This was nothing planned. We were on the way to another place, I drove them by Tesla. I had hopes of a test drive creating a sale. Two salesmen were standing around, but neither one could take my friends on a test drive - even a short jaunt around the block. One salesman walked off to check and returned to announce no test drive could be arranged. An appointment would be necessary and the earliest would be the next day. Very big turnoff - my two potential customers left disappointed, This would never happen at a regular dealership. Two very wealthy people there wanting to drive a new $100,000 car - something would have happened. I fear Tesla misses many sales this way. I suggest Tesla starts offering commissions on sales. I believe they missed a sale that day, or very possibly. They also missed a sale last year by not doing a "dealer courtesy trade" that my BMW and Porsche dealer does. What's up with that?