Exceptional article today in Globe and Mail, Canada: Driving through Vancouver 40 years later in an electric-powered Tesla Model S, I could see that this new machine would spell doom for the repair industry – the Tesla had no valves to adjust, no oil to replace, and no spark plugs to clean and gap. A gasoline-powered car is the wheeled equivalent of a Gillette razor handle, locking its owner into an endless series of parts purchases. With the Tesla, all that was gone. It was a driver’s dream, and a car-dealer’s nightmare. Will the Tesla Model 3 turn Elon Musk into the next Henry Ford?