I am stuck with a conundrum. Last May I got into a car accident, pretty bad and I was recommended a shop by an acquaintance. It took them months to repair the car and gave it back with minor issues here and there. Didn’t think much of it. A few weeks ago I got in a small fender bender. Light damage to the rear bumper. I took it to Tesla to have it repaired when they opened it up they found BAD damage from the previous accident. Like think of the sloppiest repair/cover up repairs you have ever seen. But anyways, Apparently the ship pocketed over $20k in repair costs and parts and pretty much just put the outside back together and replaced some parts. I have reported the shop to the NCIB, the TDI and I’m in the process of doing a OAG complaint for fraud against the shop. I still have $39k that I owe and the car is SUPER depreciated. I am looking into options including selling the car AS IS or borderline salvage. My concern would be that whoever buys it at a steep discount may sell it to an unknowing buyer who is unaware of the structural damage and endanger their lives. How much could I sell the car as salvage? It’s a 2017, black model S, AP 2.0, grey slipstreams and white interior with 78k miles on it PLEASE dont knock on me for my dumb mistake of taking it to a small unauthorized shop. I learned my lesson and won’t do it again.