Regarding service and repairs, right now only Tesla service centers are set up to do service work. Of course, with any luck at all, there is absolutely no routine service work needed except to rotate the tires every 10,000 miles and add window washer fluid once in a while. No spark plugs, no belts, no hoses, no mufflers, no oil changes, not much of anything for routine maintenance. Tesla will send a service vehicle to your home if necessary to fix minor issues and provide flat bed towing to a service center for major issues. My Tesla was built in the middle June, 2019 and so far has had zero defects.
Here in the Twin Cities, MN, Tesla has set up several high quality repair body shops with the specialized training and tools to do metal repairs. They have set up electricians to do home 240V charging installations too. My 240V service goes in next week.
I would not trust any none Tesla certified shops to work on the car at this time. They are so completely different from ICE cars.