Well, I tried to connect with the Service Centre in Montreal today about the few minor quality issues I've found with my Model 3. Unfortunately I already wasted an entire day driving to Toronto and back to Ottawa to pick up a car that honestly shouldn't have had these problems in the first place. Now Tesla wants me to take a day off work to drive to Montreal to get it fixed. I like driving my car, but I'll have 100,000kms on this car just to convenience Tesla. I'll be clear that I love my car and what Tesla stands for, but with regard to servicing, I think the company is brain dead. How can they expect every Tesla owner in Ottawa to drive to Montreal every time a car needs to be serviced. Just on the basis of scale this system will break down. There have to already be a few hundred Tesla in the National Capital area yet there is still no service centre. What could be more important than solid convenient customer service? The biggest reason I traded my Model S a couple years ago was because I got tired of having it in for service 2+ hours away. I thought I'd give Tesla another chance on the Model 3 hoping that they'd improved quality enough that the absence of a local service centre wouldn't be a huge issue. Sadly just 2 two days into ownership, I'm hitting the same wall again. I wouldn't even mind this except for the fact that things like misaligned body panels, paint issues and a skewed steering wheel should never have been an issue for me in the first place - especially on a $75K car. If you live any distance from a Tesla service and don't want to take a day off to take your car in to fix really basic quality problems, then I would have to recommend that you don't buy a Tesla. I think Tesla owes it to all Ottawa owners to make a commitment to servicing their cars locally. Otherwise in a year there will be lots of used Model 3's for sell in Ottawa.