I've searched and there's a handful of threads about this but it doesn't seem to be considered as big of a problem I think it should be. Almost every time I park the Tesla over a parking stopper (curb) it levels lower and I scrape pulling out. Sometimes it's fairly bad and today my wife backed into a spot and actually pulled the chrome 'skid' off the rear bumper. What do people do to avoid this constant threat of body damage? Driving around in a higher setting doesn't seem to solve anything as it still levels lower. I haven't tried driving around in a lower setting to see if we would at least bump the curbs beforehand when parking and avoid getting stuck on top of them and dragging the car off. Raising the car every time you get in isn't a great option since it raises the back first pushing the front further onto the curb due to pivoting over the front wheels. Not parking over top of curbs isn't a a great option either because the Model S is so long and sometimes you have to pull in further to avoid being the vehicle that sticks out the furthest in a parking lot. (The Model S is 18" longer than a Ferrari 458 which I assume is so low it wouldn't clear a parking stopper). But is that it? Simply never park overtop of something? It's just a frustrating problem for me considering you can park safely and then come out to leave and find yourself stuck on top of a curb until damage in inevitable. I guess I simply wish there was a way to set a ride height and leave it there. I feel as though I have locked in a ride height but the leveling always seems to lower the car below that setting, so I don't know what else I can do. How do y'all handle this? Is it as simple as never parking over anything? Glancing at the settings I noticed the setting of what speed to put it in 'low' mode. It had it set to '100+' to no avail and now I've set it to 'never', but I doubt that will fix the settling problem. I guess I could try 'always' and drive around in low as stated above, but that brings up problem of driving over stuff on the road as well as high centering on steep driveways. This problem is my only frustration with the Tesla, although a big one, and makes me regret 'splurging' on the air ride suspension. Thanks. - - - Updated - - - Clarification: My wife backed into a spot safely, and when she returned later the car had lowered and pulling out of the spot pulled the chrome skid off.