To the Extended Tesla Family . . . A sad day, but another case of Tesla thoroughly protecting its driver. My classic sequoia green S85 was likely totaled this morning by a driver that didn't stop for a red light (I was turning left, and the other driver drove through the intersection against the red light, probably at 50mph, and hit the right rear quarter panel). My right rear wheel was 75 feet or so from where my car came to rest (you can see it in the photo), so it was definitely a lot of force transfer. No apparent injuries to myself, but the other driver was taken to the hospital out of appropriate caution, and is expected to be OK. I would like to reach out to the Tesla community, especially here in California, for advice on going through the replacement process. My car was in incredibly pristine condition, despite being 5 years old, and even the police officer mentioned it. Now I face having to replace the car, Tesla of course, but not clear to me yet what to do. I would prefer to replace with a Model S, but also don't want to take on that first year depreciation all over again. Used Model S or Model 3 are both options as well (I have an active Model 3 reservation), but just not sure what to do or how to minimize the financial impact. Any suggestions or guidance that could help me think through this, while I'm still a bit shaken, would be greatly appreciated. Want to try to minimize the logistics and economic burdens as much as possible. Tonight, I'll read through some of the other posts on this topic, but thoughts ahead of that are very welcome. Thanks in advance! P.S. Not sure bondo will fix that. P.P.S. No, Autopilot was not involved!