Service hell. Though it might be more hell for owners than for Tesla. Tesla reported a 3rd quarter profit ather the market closed today and the stock has sky-rocketed again. The company showed that it can produce the Model 3 in meaningful volume at margins of 20% (as long as the cars are sold for a minimu of $46,000). The problem is that as all these added cars roll out, they will all have to be serviced. In fact, the new Model 3s may need more service than the S or X given the race to produce them. As the owner of an S (in fact I have owned three of them), I am dreading service hell. Recently a light came on in my car saying that my suspension needed service. My initial call to Tesla went unanswered. Fortunately, the light went out. Next time I may not be so lucky. With limited servicen centers, no third party service outlets, and a lot of new Model 3s on the road, customers may be about to enter service hell. What it means for the stock price is another question.