If I remember correctly, one of the latest major software releases enabled auto-dimming high beam headlights based on the forward looking camera sensing the headlights from other cars. So with that [fantastic] feature, placement of the headlight indicators is irrelevant. But not everybody had auto-dimming -- some of us are on old technology. With the sun setting just after 4 PM these days, I'm doing a fair amount of night driving, and occasionally I do use the high beams. The problem is that it's easy to forget you have them on. Too many times I've realized that I've been passing other cars for a while and I've had my high beams on. The problem is that you can't tell unless you either look for the indicator lights, or you check the on/off wand on the steering wheel. This is where the indicators are in the top left corner: ...and this is what I see when I'm driving (okay, it's parked, but just imagine I'm driving...): And suddenly I feel like a complete a-hole because I've been blinding people for who-knows-how-long. :cursing: I really don't understand the placement of those indicator lights, and I really wish Tesla would relocate them. Yeah, I've tried raising the steering wheel, but that's just terribly uncomfortable.