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Please help. My electric 2019 smart car has 3,000 miles on it and I had to send it to the dealer because of a bunch of error codes due to electric and battery issues. I paid $1000 to replace the battery and reset the codes and just got it back and steady having the same problems. They told me if this were to happen again I am responsible for paying $13,000 to replace the entire electric system because I didn’t maintain the car yearly. I honestly didn’t know I needed to bring it in when it had such low miles on it. Does this seem accurate?