I need a model S, Elon has promised to revolutionize the entire car owning experience, and boy do I need that! Short history of my vehicles and various mechanics: 1983 Mercedes 300SD: - 2Square Auto Calgary charged me for replacing the brakes, "turned" them instead. Additionally charged me about double the going rate to replace a timing chain - Lone Star Mercedes Calgary returned car with a two inch long, half inch deep gouge missing from the grille and offered to charge me to fix their damage, also broke two glow plugs while testing the electrical systems, again offered to let me pay for repairs. - Hyatt Mercedes Calgary while troubleshooting a sudden increase to the amount of smoke the vehicle produced, coupled with a sudden decrease in acceleration "that's normal, it's a diesel" (it wasn't normal last week... or for the past 18 years! (turned out to be a jammed altitude compensator)) - Hyatt Mercedes Calgary while troubleshooting a persistent dead battery, boosted the car to get it in to the shop, tested it, boosted it to get it out of the shop, told me nothing was wrong with it, charged me for their time, and boosted it again to let me drive it home. 1991 Mitsubishi Delica L300 - Diesel specialist investigating a hard starting issue sheared off a temperature sensor on the engine block, refused to fix it, or take any responsibility. (Also didn't fix the problem (but charged a lot of money for their time) which I eventually fixed in my driveway by tightening the connections on the starter motor.) - Shop dealing with a cracked head put a timing pulley on backwards resulting in a valve "tapping" a piston and eventually breaking off and falling in to the cylinder - Different shop repairing that damage didn't fully tighten the crankshaft pulley on to the crankshaft resulting in it falling off while I was driving a little later (that was fun... :scared 2008 Ford F350 - Universal Ford Calgary balanced the wheels as part of a tire rotation, before balancing no problem, after balancing the vehicle gave me a full body massage any time I hit the highway, they blamed the new tires I had on it, and said I needed to buy new tires. I took it back to the tire shop who rebalanced the wheels to fix it. And now this: 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 - Nurburgring Automotive Calgary have done physical damage to my vehicle twice. The first time they broke a skylight on my vehicle, and admitted fault and repaired it at their cost (though I was without my vehicle for about a month while they repaired it, with no compensation). I understand accidents happen, so I continued to use their services. Unfortunately they now put a very large dent in the roof of the vehicle (about an inch deep and 6 inches across). This time when I asked about it (politely and reasonably) the owner got quite upset at me, told me they couldn't possibly have damaged it, and refused to even look at the damage, let alone do anything about it. He in fact started blaming me for daring accuse him of the damage (which I know for a fact happened while it was in their possession, and due to the placement could really only have been a hoisting incident, it is a tall vehicle, but that's no excuse.) Needless to say I'm awfully sick of mechanics in general, and have a rather low opinion of the profession in general right now. Please Elon, put all these places out of business!