I recently had my S85D in for servicing. I was unpleasantly surprised to discover that someone had changed the driving settings, specifically they had enabled Creep Mode (I had it turned off). I didn't know about this until I was leaving and the car started rolling slowly forward for no apparent reason. More investigation (performed in the service center's driveway, as in "WTF, I'm not driving another foot until I check everything") revealed that the steering had also been changed from Sport to Comfort. I don't mean to make a big deal out of this, but if your driving settings got changed without your knowledge, your car might end up doing something you weren't expecting it to do. At the very least it's confusing and distracting, and you normally wouldn't notice until your car is already in motion. Thus this safety tip: After servicing, verify the settings you consider to be minimally necessary for the safe operation of the vehicle. As a result, the following three items are now part of my post-servicing checklist: o Verify Creep Mode (Off) o Verify Steering (Sport) o Verify Regen (Standard) Hope this helps someone, Bruce. PS. I noted my displeasure in feedback on my service visit. No response yet, although I'm not necessarily expecting one. In any case it's ultimately my responsibility to make sure my vehicle is configured properly.