My beautiful Tesla Roadster was in an accident last week. (I am fine, though it is/was very traumatizing.) So far it's been a nightmare dealing with the insurance companies (mine and the other side's) even though the accident clearly was not my fault. I honestly drive like a grandmother in my Roadster but that did not stop someone from making an illegal left turn right into my path. I would not be surprised if the other driver was on the phone, since I was the only car coming and even a blind person should have seen me. The only good news is that the other insurance already accepted 100% responsibility. Has anyone had any experience documenting the loss in value for a Tesla Roadster that was involved in an accident? It's not like other cars where you can simply query Kelly's Blue Book. Any suggestions or anyone have experience with this? I am hoping to get it repaired, but I find it simply unfair that my car (which previously looked like it rolled off the assembly line) is now a car that was in an accident and that I should not get anything for it. I noticed that my insurance seems to be laying the ground-work to push back on this. Also: Is there a comprehensive list of the option packages and what they originally cost? (Mine is a 2008.) Is there maybe also a list of what they options are? E.g.: I have seen a $4,500 electronics package option and I have no clue what that would be. I am near tears not having my baby to drive and the whole insurance thing has been a terrible experience so far.