So I'm currently going through auto body repair hell with our last ever ICE car we'll own. (a Honda Oddesy which I'll replace with a Model X as soon as feasible - our other car is a Leaf) Long story short a car seriously backed into our car when it was parked. Bumper came partially off and it started leaking some fluid and smoking seriously from the engine when running. Thankfully they left a note with some real information on it. Got it "repaired" and picked it up on Friday and over the weekend guess what happened? You guessed it... it started leaking and smoking tremendously. And now there's a nice disturbing CLANK when you first start the engine that seems to go away when the engine actually starts. So they're sending a tow truck over now to fix the problem for real this time. The replaced the radiator apparently but something is still seriously messed up. And I started thinking - how nice it would be to have a Tesla and I wouldn't be dealing with all this ICE crap. But then I started thinking - and it's something that I worried about when I had to have my Leaf's bumper repaired... are there body shops that are Tesla approved? Are there body shops that will fix the car and not F it up in the process by screwing the battery or something else? What is the process for fixing an auto body problem on a Tesla?