I have now had my Tesla Model S for 2.5 years. In that time it is not uncommon for me to have to reboot the main centre screen of the car. The good thing is that rebooting that screen does not render the car undriveable - the main instrument cluster is still working and you can reboot the centre screen driving down the highway. Now consider the Model 3 that doesn't have a separate instrument cluster, just the centre screen. What happens when you need to reboot this screen to fix an issue with LTE connectivity, or issues with the media player, or maps not updating or... I sure hope Tesla provided a way to reset some of the infotainment, etc functionality.