I'm rather concerned that Model S will be too large for my driveway and garage. The problem is that the driveway is curved, has a storm drain to one side, and a pillar in front of the single garage door (~92" wide). I've scratched my current car a few times (99 Passat) and Model S is a foot longer and wider. Here's the general lay: with detail of the storm drain. I've been using that high curb as an excuse to get the air suspension. And here's how I need to approach at an angle and cut in around the pillar to squeeze into the garage: I don't think I can make it, do you? I'm already using every bit of concrete and coming within inches of the pillar and the garage door opening. It may help if I put in a curb ramp by the storm drain (without covering it) so I can get a more head-on approach. Like something from these guys www.bridjit.com or CurbRamps.com Otherwise, I'm seriously considering downgrading to the new Rav4EV, both for the size and for the cost. But I give up a lot too :crying: PS - no I can't park on the left side garage because that's where my wife's car goes (she doesn't want to deal with the curve either) and since Model S is so long we wouldn't be able to do laundry with it parked on the left. It would get old real fast to have to scoot the car out every time we wanted to access the dryer.