I’ve had my Model S almost 7 weeks. I should have posted on one of the “No Defects/Delivery Problem” threads, but didn’t. The car has been perfect – until today. Within a block of leaving home for work this AM, my windshield wipers failed. After several swipes where they did not go all the way down, the driver side wiper extended off of the left side of the windshield, returned a little ways and came to rest in nearly vertical position. Foolishly, since the rain didn’t seem that heavy, I kept going rather that returning home to have my wife drive me to work. A couple miles into the commute, the drizzle became a deluge, and I could hardly see. Putting on the hazard flashers, I slowed to 20-25 mph, while traffic zoomed past. And it didn't help that once I got close to work the roads were also flooded. Not exactly great PR coming from one of the handful of Teslas in NE FL. Sorry about that. :frown: Mark, the service manager in Tampa returned my call before I even reached work. He and Aaron, one of the FL Rangers, were in Daytona for the Port Orange Supercharger ribbon cutting this morning and drove up in the afternoon. They cannibalized the new Model S loaner they were driving to use the wiper assembly to replace the broken one on my model S, making the repair in the parking garage at work. Sure hope they didn’t encounter too much rain on the return trip to Tampa, even with Rain-Ex… What other automobile company would have done this??