I'm a Model S owner living in the Midwest soon to be relocating to Anchorage. I'm here to ask other Tesla owners in Alaska if they have any advice or words of caution with regards to owning/driving the S. I have the rear-wheel drive version and what little driving I have done on snow here was unsettling - I felt like I was fishtailing and did not have great control. I was driving on summer tires. I'm considering swapping out my S for a dual motor version thinking I'll get better traction on snow. Any recommendations for winter tires? Also, I've gotten conflicting information from Tesla about what to do if my car needs servicing. One person told me I'd have to ship the car to Seattle any time I needed service and someone else told me that rangers go to Anchorage periodically. If anyone who's had experience getting the Tesla serviced in Alaska I'd be grateful for whatever you can share. Thanks!