Without having to shell out a lot for gas and simply plugging in every night, I've found that it's easy to drive a lot in the car and not think much about it. In my first month, I put almost 2000 miles on the car. High mileage on cars traditionally lowers their resale value. A lot of moving parts and a lot of wear and tear in traditional ICE cars makes mileage a good reason to decrease the car's value over time. With the Tesla and significantly less moving parts and wear and tear, maybe it does not correlate as much. On the other hand, the Tesla's battery range can/will decrease over time. Keeping mileage relatively lower could prolong battery life. Last concern is still the 50k mile warranty. All of that said... do you ignore the mileage you're putting on your Tesla and rack the miles up, or are you still mindful of it? I'm torn. I'm sure it varies by person.