Just a PSA here, apparently a large # of vehicles were manufactuered somewhere in the 99x, 100x VIN series that have a defective steering control module. This has been discussed recently in the "other" forum but owners here might want to be aware of the problem so if they are stung with it they know how to communicate the problem to Tesla. The issue is that the left turn signal never resets. So, if you do the "half push" to get three blinks or you do the continuous push down of the left turn signal and expect it to reset after completing a turn, it never does. You can check this before pickup even without driving the car. Half press the right signal to see how it works, it blinks three times then stops. Now do it on the left side. If it never stops blinking you have this problem. Up to you at that point how to proceed (making them fix it before pickup, insist on mobile service, etc.). It requires a new part to repair as the one the car was built with is defective. This is not being checked before delivery so the first time you might discover it is at drive off and nobody loves going in for service immediately after taking delivery of a brand new car. Fortunately for me I was able to get them to commit to having a mobile service tech come to my place of work to replace the part once it arrives at the service center.