I would please like an explanation of why this fee is so high. Tesla prides itself of a having a low maintenance car, that we'll save so much money from switching to electric, and free super charging, just to name a few but it seems like it’s making up for that difference in this fee.
I called the service center and the fee covers: Fill up window washer fluid, change brakes, rotate tires, replace wipers, update software, State inspection, maybe something else but I can't recall.
Some of these services can be done by any qualify mechanic or even myself for little cost. I understand the Inspection has to be done by a certify Tesla mechanics to maybe find issues no one else can. But to charge to change a wiper or brakes, change small things that may not be needed annually or at that time and that can done professionally by anyone then charge $600 seems unfair.
I been supporting Tesla and Model S for 3 years and would like to lease soon but fees like this seem sketchy and maybe not worth switching if things are not clear or is reasonable.
I thank you for reading my concern and look forward towards your reply.