Hi, I'm just wondering if others have been told their Tesla service center is "low on manpower" and so they must bring their car in to have warranty work done and wait for it? This reminds me of my Chevy dealer - and I'm not too happy. I got home this weekend after being out of town for 3 weeks and my car shows the 12V battery needs to be replaced. Called Tesla and he said "I don't have the manpower to come to your place and fix it or valet it in, you have to bring it in to the service center and we'll do it in about 45 minutes". Anybody else had to take their MS into the service center and wait for the 12V battery to be replaced? I wonder if this battery problem is so prevalent that Tesla can't afford to give the normal Tesla service on this issue, or if they're starting to scale back the valet repair service. I'm in Houston Texas. I purchased the service plan with "unlimited ranger visits", not the cheaper plan with the $100/visit charge.