With more cars out there, Ranger visits should become a lot less expensive because they won't be going just to service one car and because the Ranger will be located close by. If reasonable service prices don't happen, I can see a lot of people jumping ship at the next rollout due to increased competition from other manufacturers. I'd sure hate to see that happen but one of the big reasons I'm jumping ship from Toyota is the horrible service that the dealers provide. If I were Tesla, I'd have service included throughout the warranty period and then a fixed price for some years worth of bumper to bumper service (not including the battery or tires). For example, one year service $600, two years $1100, five years $2200. Using this model, the vehicle would have to remain under service throughout its life. That is you couldn't skip a year or two without having an inspection and paying for any repairs needed to bring it up to "service agreement" standards. I'd expect it would cost about $5000+parts to get back into the program.