Watching a replay of Cinergi's Livestream (here) and all the people who came up to talk to him about it, it got me thinking about something Roadster owners frequently mentioned, which are constant questions and discussions with people when you have the car out and about. IIRC, someone even mentioned that they build in "Tesla time" into any errand running that they do because they inevitably have to spend a few minutes talking to at least one person about the car, EVs etc. Of course, when I have the time I'm happy to sing the virtues of Teslas and EVs in general, but as my delivery date nears, I'm sort of wondering about whether I can just run a quick errand or get in and out quickly when I'm in a hurry and not get stuck in a conversation for 15 minutes in the parking lot. I don't want to be rude or appear stuck up (bad advertising for Tesla!), but sometimes I'm just busy or in a hurry and won't want be able to patiently answer questions. Any suggestions from Roadster owners, or very recent S owners, on how to politely brush people off when you don't have the time to talk? How invasive do people generally get? I've never had a car that attracted any sort of attention from anyone, so I'm a bit trepidatious about the whole thing.