Does anyone have the details on the terms of the original Roadster Battery Insurance Plan? I emailed Tesla customer service, gave them my VIN# and asked if the original owner of my Roadster had purchased battery insurance. Without this forum I would not have even known that there was such a thing as battery insurance (thank you). To my surprise (but not really because the previous owner purchased every other accessory that was available) the answer I got was that "The original owner did purchase the battery replacement insurance plan, it is transferrable as long as you bought the vehicle from a private party and not a dealership." This is important information because it shows: 1) If you are going to purchase a Roadster it may matter where you purchase it from. 2) you can contact Tesla to check on the battery insurance if you have purchased a pre-owned Roadster Two weeks ago (before I found out about the insurance), I put a deposit down on the battery upgrade. The next day I was contacted by my Service Center Advisor that it was ready to install by August 7th! I had no idea it would happen so quickly. I thought it would take months to get the upgrade. Therefore, I told them I wanted to hold off and get some questions answered before proceeding because I am concerned about some of the TMC posts about performance, range and stability of 3.0 battery. I am waiting for them to get me some answers to these questions since I am in no rush to upgrade. My CAC is 145 and on std range charges to 177 (which is decreased from 6 months ago when CAC was 151 and std range was 190) -- more than enough for my 50 mile daily commute. So now I know that I have battery insurance, but I don't know the terms of the insurance and what impact that has on getting a 3.0 upgrade, if any. Any advice and additional information will be much appreciated.