A couple of times in the last two months my 2013 Model S has shifted into Neutral by itself when I have slowed down for a traffic light. That wouldn't be too bad, but then the car refuses to shift out of Neutral...I can't shift into Park, Drive, or Reverse. The Frunk won't open because the car thinks it's driving--I can't shut anything off or do anything that can't be done when you're moving, even though I'm very definitely stopped. I've tried all the versions of a system reset, but the car still comes back on frozen in Neutral. The first time I had to push the car to the side of the road and Uber to work. When I came back, everything was completely normal. The second time I had to call a flat-bed, by the time I got home, everything was normal again. Interestingly, when I checked my navigation system to report my location to the tow truck driver, it reported my position as over a mile away from where I actually was. The car was completely functional on my drive to the Service Center. They want to change everything in the Parking Brake system, but I can't see how there could be a fault there when the everything happens while I'm moving. Has anyone experienced this problem? I'm thinking a faulty door or occupancy sensor as it makes sense to me that the car won't go into gear without an occupant. I really don't want to spend $2500 fixing parking brakes that aren't broken!