Need some advice here. Got hit on stop and go freeway commute by a Subaru, tech employee who was distracted. Couple of links (my rear has a tint 5% (pretty dark), so even a 1080p rear cam (thinkware 770) can only catch so much. In any case, identification wasn't issue, driver cooperated and we talked. Video clearly captures the accident, and both Dashcam's two beeps, and Tesla's longer beeps. I was on Autopilot and car had stopped due to traffic ahead had stopped. Amazingly, the scratches on the rear bumper came off with a simple wet cloth wipe because I had paint protection film on. There is a pretty clear depression of the other car's front license plate screw head on the bumper (2nd pic). My question at this point: * The bumper looks ok, except for the permanent screw hole/depression (see pic) * the car had a pretty clear beep indicating it recognized a crash, so likely it is stored somewhere. * The sensors look ok to me so far, but not sure if anything is damaged. * behind the plastic bumber, there is the real metal bumper crossbar - the one that is absorbing the impact actually. I don't know what damage has happened to it. If I take to a repair center, they would open everything up - which is both good and also likely bad. Good: * I would know if there are any internal damage and get them fixed. Would there be any wheel/brake impact as my car had applied the brakes and the impact made the car move just a slight bit forward? Bad (likely many): * Once touched by a repair center, there could be fit/finish issues, rattles etc of their own introduced. * time lost sitting in garage (we know how Teslas take weeks to months for any kind of work) * my film cost would likely be my cost - as a bumper repair would require them to remove it. What would you do? Do I want to settle this out of insurance and get cash for my damage (both visible on bumper and potential crossbar member damage)? It would help this young man not get an accident history (but hopefully learn to pay attention on road at all times). Pissed that this happened to my 9month old car - but amazed how well the car is built to handle this impact (likely 10mph?) and nothing seemed to have gone wrong - not even a crack on the bumper.