I have a 2013 P85 that I took in for service at the end of May, I got the 12V warning again so I took my car into the nearest service centre. It was time for new tires as well so I asked for those to be replaced, plus there was a dangling piece of plastic on the underbody I wanted looked at. I get a call a couple of days later saying that 1) when replacing the tires they noticed my tie rod ends were rusted and it would be difficult to do a proper alignment. This is the second set of tie rod ends, these cars were just not designed for Canadian winters. I agreed to have those replaced 2) the dangling plastic was from the "battery ski cover", the battery ski being a metal strip running front to back located at the outside edge of the battery on the driver and passenger sides, kinda beneath the doors. They could replace the plastic but the ski was rusted and would need to be replaced since the mounting points for the plastic cover were essentially corroded over - that Canadian winter thing again. The tie rod ends took *3 weeks* to come in and I'm still waiting for these battery ski things to come in. This is now obscene - tie rod ends are essentially a wear item ie: they will wear out on any car and will need replacement, they should not be hard to come by. The battery ski parts I could understand taking a bit longer as I don't expect those to be damaged very often, but given that it's now 5 weeks later and Tesla *still* cannot give me any sort of delivery date this is now beyond reasonable. My car is not that old, parts should be readily available for a 5 year old vehicle. I very much hope this isn't an indicator of future service for Tesla. have any of you other old-timers experienced anything like this?