Images attached. It was completely my fault. I was reversing off the drive when I noticed a recycling bag in the middle of the road obstructing my exit. This distracted me for 2 seconds, during which the car continued to roll back, but it was at the crucial point when I was passing through two brick pillars at the end of the drive. It's tight but normally on the run up I get the car properly aligned. This lapse in concentration ended with a crunching noise and then seeing the driver side mirror inverted up against the pillar. There was no early warning ping, nothing, although I was kind of expecting more damage and actually all functional components (e.g. mirror folding, positioning, anti-mist) works fine. So to cut a long story short, I called my Tesla SC and they quoted me £1,100 inc VAT and labour to get the mirror assembly swapped out. I knew it wouldn't be cheap, but I was kind of hoping for sub £1,000. I just wondered if anyone could possibly advise on the viability of getting it looked at by a body shop instead (given it's purely cosmetic)? I imagine that chrome will not be easy to repair though.