I have read a LOT in various parts of this forum on exterior wraps, paint correction, proper washing methods, etc. I'm looking for some perspective on how to reasonably care for a base Model 3 (stock paint, likely cloth seats). What do I mean by reasonably? I currently drive a 16 year old car and have two kids which means that I never wash the exterior of my car (the rain does that for me) and I only clean the interior of my car when the children's snack spillage reaches a critical level. I really don't care if my car appears dirty all of the time, I just want to make sure that if I ever decide to sell the car, I can get it professionally detailed and I won't lose a lot of money on the vehicle sale due to the way the surfaces were maintained. I also want to make sure that if I decide to drive it for 20 years, I am not regretting missing minor maintenance in the early years. I have also heard musings that due to California regulations, the Tesla paint isn't as tough as other manufacturers, though I'm not sure if this is true or not. I live in an icy/salty area of Canada and have historically heard that vehicles that went through car washes early in their life rust faster later in their life. I have also heard that it is a thing of the past. Any thoughts on this within the context of the Model 3 which may have both steel and aluminum components exposed to the elements? Any types/styles/brands of car washes to seek out or avoid? Any annual/bi-annual/every n-years rust proofing recommended? I currently use the fuzzy factory car floor mats. Is spending the extra money on the rubber floor and trunk/frunk mats really worth it when the factory ones can be hosed and vacuumed anyway? I also read I believe in the Model S user's manual something about not using products like Rain-X or Rain-X washer fluid. I use it on our current vehicle and quite like it, but don't want to continue doing it if it is going to slowly eat away at something (protective coatings, seals, etc.). Again, keep in mind that the appearance of the car is not what I'm getting at here, I'm talking about longevity and not significantly affecting resale value. Thanks for your perspective!