Yesterday morning I got into my car and was greeted with an unpleasant surprise. My touchscreen was black and wouldn't come up. I tried rebooting it a couple of times and nothing happened. However.... The Good. I could still drive the car. It took about 1 min for the car to become responsive to me pushing on the brake pedal and turn on. Once on I could drive the car and roll down the windows. All lights (brakes, blinkers, etc) appeared to be working and the speedometer displayed and was functional. So, the good news is that even when the touchscreen is working you can drive the car. Though this is really not surprising for anyone who has rebooted while driving, but still reassuring to know. The Bad Anything controlled by the touchscreen no longer functioned. So that meant no music, it was truly a silent drive to work. However,without being able to see traffic on the map it was a bit of a frustrating drive since I didn't know when I needed to route around stopped traffic. It also, meant that the climate control was not working and with temperature in the high 80's/low 90's it's a bit hot in the car. Luckily, as I said in the Good, I was able to roll down the windows; though I couldn't open the sunroof, even from the scroll wheel on the the steering wheel. The Ugly The really bad surprise, however, came when I realized that, even though I'd plugged in Saturday and today was Monday (drove the hubby's Tesla the rest of the weekend), my car had not charged. Apparently, when the touchscreen is inoperable; so is the charging. Luckily Tesla was able to send someone out to my workplace Monday morning and he was finally able to get the screen to reboot. Apparently the sequence he used was: attempt reboot of touchscreen, attempt reboot of instrument panel, attempt again to reboot touchscreen this time holding the scroll wheels down until a loud click is hear (about a 40 count) and then it rebooted. Not sure if the first two steps are actually needed; but for future reference if this ever happens again will definitely just try holding the scroll wheels down until I hear something, instead of just until the instrument panel flashes.