With only 250 miles on my new Spider I parked it with a battery tender and left for my work outside the US. When I cam back it would not start. The engine would "spin" and I could tell there was no compression. After a tow to the dealer they informed me that the engine uses a unique oil column design to actuate the vales and IF I EVER PARKED THE CAR FOR MORE THAN 3 DAYS IT WOULD NOT START IT WOULD NEED TO BE TOWED IN! AND IT WOULD NOT BE COVERED UNDER WARRANY NOW THAT THEY HAVE WARNED ME! I can't believe this is normal and there is no check valve or something to hold the oil column in place. Certainly other Fiat owners leave their cars for more than 3 days without having to get it towed to the dealer. I called Fiat USA and they were zero helpful and just referred me back the dealer who told me to get a neighbor to start my car every 3 days! Has anyone else had this problem? Suggestions?