I bought my Tesla used and it was then 2 years old with 200 miles on it(#333- auspicious)! I love driving my Tesla. I may be hurting the planet less but I'm very much going with the FLOW. I feel more at one with the universe. Because I can move quickly & avoid the crowds, which I guess is what’s happening in much of the universe. Fortunately I live in an area with relatively open roads. Even if in an eighth of a mile I need to make a right turn I can take the open left lane at a traffic light and be confident that my acceleration will permit me to safely change three lanes in front of the cars who share that traffic light, and still be comfortably enough ahead to slow and make my right turn without delaying that right hand lane driver. I love that acceleration occurs at pedal depression and not on the two count of ICE engines. On the open road one’s ability to be in the places where other vehicles aren’t is unsurpassed. Occasionally I’ll run into those bruiser souped up trucks with engines that probably outweigh my car but with them I simply wait for the appropriate moment, again the immediate rather than delayed responsiveness to acceleration is god like(but my god is loosely the 99% of dark energy and matter). After a flash of speeding tickets I’ve learned things too. In our realm on high speed roads posted at 65mph you will not be ticketed if you’re within 10 miles of the speed limit, on residential streets with posted speeds under 40 the margin is 5 mph and in school zones the posted 15 mph is rigorously enforced. I call this enlightened policing. All us bustees help control the traffic flow and inhibit the crazies. I love than one can stop without braking. This changes the way you drive and occasionally annoys ICE drivers behind you, but the mere thought that stopping doesn’t require use of brakes is comforting. Making long freeway curves at speed when others can’t is also very satisfying. That the audio and air conditioning systems are very 1950’s is OK by me because my first cars were there too, when I last enjoyed driving (TR3, MGA, Alfa & VW bug). Road noise even with the noise attenuation upgrades is still significant- but hey you’re driving & not on your family room couch.