Not sure if this is the right place to post this. Moderator, please move to the appropriate place if necessary. Picked up my Performace S on Tuesday afternoon. Drove it home and placed it in the garage. It snowed Wednesday, so I left the car in the garage all day, especially because I have the 21 inch tires. Today (Thursday), I drove the car to Germantown, MD in the morning. No problems. In the afternoon, I drove to Leesburg, VA. No problems on the drive to VA. About an hour after arriving in Leesburg, I opened the trunk to put something in it. I closed the trunk and walked to the driver's door to open it. When I put my hand behind the handle, the handle retracted into the car and the doors locked. The car would not extend the handles when I walked up to the car (I tried this several times), but would extend by pressing the button on the fob. I opened the door, but the car would not wake up. The hazard flasher, the interior lights, the trunk and the wipers worked, but the 17 inch screen and instrument cluster were dark, and the stereo would not operate. Called Tesla. I told them it was as if the car went to sleep and would not wake up, and asked if there was a way to reboot the car. They informed me they would send a tow truck to get my car to the Rockville (MD) Service Center and arrange for a rental for me. Tesla was very nice and apologetic, but I am somewhat upset. The car has only 100 miles on it and is 2 days old. I have been driving for nearly 40 years, and this is the first car that has left me stranded. Yes, I have had cars that broke (a long time ago; GM cars), but none of my prior cars left me unable to drive them. And I have never owned a Datsun (now Nissan), Infiniti, Audi, Lexus or MB that left me stranded. Even my Corvette, that had a fair amount of problems when new was always driveable to the dealer. My confidence in the car is not high at the moment. The lttle time I spent driving the car was fun. It is so fast (too fast?). But I am nervous now that the car will not be dependable. My question to everyone here is whether there is a way to try to reboot the car should this happen again? I asked Tesla, but they said they wanted to see the car. My iphone app shows the car is on-line again (it could not find the car when I was stranded), with the frunk open and parked at the Service Center. So I assume it is running now. Tesla told me they pulled all the logs and the engineers are reviewing the files. Should this happen again, I would like to try to reboot the car instead of losing 4 hours time waiting for a tow truck and a rental car.