I find all the talk about uneven, rough or damaged roads to be kinda funny considering the sad state of our highway systems. Anytime I go to the Tesla Service Center I have to drive over the most ridiculous roads ever. It's so bad Tesla themselves programmed cars with air suspensions to automatically raise up when approaching. It's great because it gives the suspension a good workout even at 5 mph. To demonstrate anything I'd only have to drive a few hundred feet. I also find all this talk to be kinda funny as a Jeep guy, and an ex-subaru guy. I can run over everything with those cars. If I had a Model X I would expect it be as a tough as a Toyota Tacoma. Although I'm sure the Toyota's warranty exclusions are pretty wide as well. So there isn't a whole lot to glean from a bunch of lawyer speak. As to the OP's dirt road it really depends on how long it is and how fast he drives his car on it. If it's 50+ miles that he drives at 50+ mph then he wasn't exactly being as straight forwards as he should have been. I do expect the car to be tough. Probably tougher than the average person expects a car to be, but I'm still reasonable about it.