I'm beginning my search to buy a used Tesla Roadster. Everyone on this forum has been a huge help so far with the big questions I've had. I've also been accumulating some little questions that don't necessarily deserve their own thread (or at least I don't want to flood the forum in my first month here ). So I thought I would group them together in one place. 1) What charging hardware is required in the garage and is it difficult/expensive to hook up in your average fairly-new home? What do I need to look for in ads to know I'm getting the right parts? 2) What happens if it bottoms out? I live in Pittsburgh, PA. I bottom out my Mustang from time to time, and my old Firehawk required a lot of care to get around. 3) Where does the top go? Is it like a convertible where it slides back into a hidden nook, more like a Corvette roof that you manually store in the trunk, or do you need to store it at home before going out and pray it doesn't rain? 4) How does the range change between highway and city driving? We have a lot of big hills around here and a fair amount of stop signs and traffic lights. 5) How does the heater/ac affect range? Just wandering if blasting the A/C on a hot summer day, or heat in the snowy winter, will cost me 3% of my range or 30%. 6) What options are available for charging outside the home? I know Roadsters can't access the Supercharger network, but are there other options (besides the mobile pack that plugs into a standard outlet) and how do they perform? 7) If I end up getting caught out in the snow at some point, how does a Roadster handle? I've driven F-bodies, Mustangs, and Corvettes in the snow as reference points. I'd appreciate any insights on any of the above. Thanks!