My uncle is in his 70s, doesn't know a lot about Tesla. He expressed an interest in getting a used MS. Specifically, he really likes AP, he drives around 60 miles a day to his part time retired job and seeing friends (straight highway and twisty mountain roads). He told me that with AP, he can let the car do most of the driving and he can just "sit back and relax". He is not "techy" at all. I told him that the MS is a wonderful car, but it has limitations and idiosyncracies, like all cars do. I'm just not sure that a man his age, with limited tech aptitude, driving the route that he does, should get a Tesla. I'm worried that all the computer stuff will confuse him, and having unrealistic expectation of AP can be fatal. He was told by the salesman that if the car has any problems, they will come to his house to take it away, and leave him with a loaner vehicle, he lives about 110 miles away from the nearest Tesla service center. I thought that arrangement is no longer available? Did the salesman give him inaccurate info? What are your thoughts? I'd hate for anything bad to happen to him driving the MS, I just don't think the car and him are the best fit.