I just moved to the Bay Area from Pittsburgh, PA and I am finalizing a Tesla order. One thing I've noticed out here is that you have very, very, deep water ways and gutters pulling out of parking lots, shopping centers, etc. Additionally, a lot of steep driveways that flatten out at a sharp angle. On the plus side, the Bay Area has no where near as many potholes That said, to those of you without air suspension, do you find yourself scraping often? I'm sure there are a number of people on here that couldn't make a daily commute without it (e.g., due to their own driveway), but this question is for everyone else. Luckily, the Tesla has that black/grey plastic looking piece under the front bumper, that I'm assuming could be touched up relatively easily and will mask most scraping. I also fear air suspension failing at some point, and being a huge cost burden down the road. Touching up that piece of plastic is going to be cheaper than fixing air suspension.