On Saturday 6/17, a bloody deer leapt out in front of us on I-81 North between Roanoke and Lexington, VA. Was driving about 65mph with cruise control on a winding, mountainous stretch (without AutoSteer, I think). Swerved to avoid head-on collision. Don't know how the car stayed on the road, but no spin-out and no traffic nearby, thankfully. The car was stable throughout, and we drove about 30 miles further on a backroad at lower speed trying to reach Winchester until the low coolant warning light came on. Tesla told me to not drive any further, so we left it at a friend's office from Saturday to Tuesday while we visited relatives in Winchester. After 10 hours on the phone during that time with USAA, AAA and Tesla Roadside Assistance, we finally figured out which approved body shop to take it to and how to get it towed to Paragon Caliber Collision in Raleigh. Paragon is certified by both Tesla and USAA, and seems very professional upfront. Have not yet found out how many weeks it will take to get fixed. Awful ending to a wonderful week.