Anybody following this on Jalopnik? A writer for Auto Week was loaned a Tesla Model S for testing. A glitch occurred and he can't get the charger out of the socket in the car. Because he cant, the car can't be moved and it's been stuck in his driveway for days. Tesla flew a tech to Michigan yesterday to figure out what's wrong and now they're waiting for parts. http://jalopnik.com/5965858/this-is-what-happens-when-your-tesla-model-s-stops-working I hear nothing but good about this car but I guess there's a few teething problems to work out.