From a service perspective, there is no need for much of anything. So once they deliver you car you can probably wait until a Polestar space opens near you in 2021. If there's a warranty issue with the body then it shouldn't be hard for any Volvo dealer to work on it. And if there's an issue with the drive train (which is a thousand times simpler than an ICE, with much less that can go wrong), the Volvo dealers also have expertise in those components since they already work on Volvo's hybrids. I'm as anxious as anyone for Polestar to make this as comfortable as possible, but it's likely a non-issue.