On the way to work this morning, driving along (not speeding!) in the left lane, when a tractor-trailer in the right lane decided to turn on his signal and start changing lanes right away. I didn't even have enough time to react! Interestingly enough, the "Automatic Emergency Braking" never kicked in. Maybe because the impact was from a side angle? My poor Tesla is still driveable (actually drove to work in it afterward), but will definitely need repairs. As of right now, the only warning on the screen inside is "Park Assist Unavailable". Ironically, even the Autopilot and Cruise-control option icons appear when driving, so the system seems to be undamaged on that end at least. I got in touch with my Tesla Service Center (Owings Mills, MD), who directed me to go to one of their "certified" Tesla Repair partners; Service King Collision Repair (Glen Burnie, MD). Going to be doing that after work today. Dropping off the Tesla, picking up a rental car, and going on with my day. Starting this thread as a journal of my first Tesla repair experience. Here's to hoping things progress smoothly!