So... My car wouldn't supercharge. I was stranded on a road trip. I spend over an hour on hold with Tesla (which is a problem of its own). They told me my charger for the supercharger is broken. I can still "slow" charge if I find an outlet. I plugged in, got a rental car, and continued my trip. Pissed off, but continued. Came back 4 days later, and drove it home. 2015, 70D, 77k miles Now I'm at Tesla Tyson's Corner, VA -- they said the repair is $2,500 and there is no core charge (only the MCU has a core charge), but I can't keep the charger as it's restricted. I told them, I'm not asking them to sell me a new restricted part, but to keep my old broken part. Isn't there a federal or state law against this?