Hey Tesla owners I live on a dirt road. Yeah yeah I know in reading through some older forums how some people almost compare driving a Tesla on an unpaved road to committing some sort of suicide or like living in a haunted house or something. Anyway, so yeah I live on a dirt road, I own a Model S with Smart Air Suspension and I wash my car meticulously every other week if not every week and love how it handles in the dirt and especially in the snow. That said, I find that 99% of the luxury car owners are so sensitive about how and where they drive their cars that its almost ridiculous. Hey its a car that needs to be driven and pushed to its limits sensibly. Now, I'm not saying that I take my car off roading. No not at all! But I feel that living on a 2-mile of dirt road should hardly be anything to be concerned about. And it gives "character" to my car haha. Sorry, I digress. The reason i posted this thread is to reach out to other dirt road living Model S/3/X owners and connect with you all. I want to understand from you what you do to keep your car in tip top shape in spite of our unconventional living situation. What are the big hits and misses in a Tesla in how it survives and "lives" on a dirt road. What are the areas of concern that keep you up at night in terms of your Tesla's relationship with the dirt road, what precautions would you suggest to someone who is considering purchasing a Tesla but lives on a dirt road stretch. What makes you feel good about living on a dirt road yet owning a Tesla? Any and every thought from dirt road dwelling Tesla owners are most welcome. And hey even if you don't live on a dirt road but are intrigued by some of us who live in that situation feel free to chime in, question or comment. Obviously its not "ideal" living on a dirt road. I get it. I'm not trying to glorify it. But for some of us living out in the country in the peace and quiet takes priority over other living situations. But we also want to own a zero emissions vehicle. So long story short I know that a conventional mindset would urge you to never purchase/drive a luxury vehicle like a Tesla while driving it regularly on a dirt road. But now that I am here I want to invite other folks with a similar situation to express their thoughts, ideas, words of caution and anything they want to talk about as a dirt road dweller who owns a Tesla. I welcome your thoughts and thank you for your time.