So, I updated to 6.2 on Tuesday and on Wednesday afternoon after driving about 50 miles I get this message: "Car Needs Service Car May Not Restart". I called up Tesla Road Side and the sent a town truck to meet me at my office and take my car 350miles to Denver for service. I had been planing a trip to Denver this weekend so the got be a rental car and I get to pick my car as long as it isn't too big a problem. They said it's an issue with the battery pack and then needed a lift work on it or they would have sent a ranger. They said it most likely wasn't software related and they hadn't had any reported issues yet. Tesla is being super helpful and are paying for everything, it's my wife's biggest fear that it would just stop working and we would be stuck with no one around that knows about the car to help. Pretty happy that they might be able to get me my car fixed faster then a local shop with an ICE car. Not so happy that the car died on me after 1000 miles. Any reports of this happening after a software update? Tesla claims maintenance only once a year, what is the real world experience in having to have warranty repairs done?