up until recently, I loved my car and I loved my service center in Milford Connecticut. In the recent weeks tho, I’ve developed a small level of resentment for the car with all the annoying creeks and drop is 3g service which renders the entertainment system unusable. Aside from all of the annoyance with the car, I now cannot get in touch with my service center. I use to be able to call and speak with friendly service reps who I’ve grown to know and like. I was able to call anytime during business hours and ask whatever questions I had about my MS85D and discuss my issues. For the past month or so, I can’t get a hold of the service center and whenever I call the local number I get routed to Texas, Louisiana or some service center across the country. Just minutes ago I called and was routed to Texas, mind you I live in CT. When I explained to the person I needed my service center, I was routed to a general national service center also based in Houston. No I started to get frustrated and asked to speak to someone from the Milford CT service center. This call rep then rudely told me to hold and after five minutes on hold, I got a voicemail stating the Houston service center was busy. This is starting to remind me of the other company with horrible service (Sprint). Does anyone know what has changed and why owners of Tesla’s are being treated like Hyundai owners?