My lovely wife took my M3D out for the 3rd time ever, she likes it, so I was happy for both of us... Unfortunately she backed it into a stationary object. It needs a new rear bumper and a rear quarter panel. I don't know if anyone would repair the damage on the quarter panel or if that's a good idea in the first place. If so I might do this outside of insurance, but guessing its not worth it to do so. So I don't want to deal with some of the horror stories I hear with Tesla body work and or service. I live on Long Island in New York, and there is one service center for this island with 3MM people on it. I'd love to hear anything you all can share about this and any tips to minimize the frustration and agony. This won't be like dealing with a Mercedes dealer is my guess : ) I'd also like to know, can I go for a relatively minor collision repair like this to a NON-Tesla body shop?? Will they even do it, and if they do, should I be worried about this. Friends and family said for a career body guy this is no big deal, and it doesn't matter the car. The parts all go on in similar ways. Since there is no damage to proprietary Tesla parts, I shouldn't have to worry. That said I believe an ultrasonic sensor in the bumper is damaged, and maybe that leads to other "Tesla proprietary" issues. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.