Here's an example of roadside assistance being raised to the next level. Elon Musk gave Sheryl Crow personal service after the singer-songwriter had trouble with her Tesla.
Wednesday, Crow tweeted after her high-tech car went on the fritz: "Help! Who knows what to do when your @Tesla screen goes black and the reset doesn’t work? Return it and get your money back??"
Company founder Musk, not surprisingly, had the answer. He told Sheryl to, "Change your screen preference from night mode to auto." The high-tech mogul even admitted that "night mode with 0 percent brightness is actually too dark during the day. This is ultimately our fault. We will update our software."