So I totaled my 2016 Model S 75D a couple of weeks ago driving on an icy road. The road turned but the car didn't and I wound up hitting the end of a guard rail head on. Luckily, I was only going 20 mph and was completely unharmed, but it did set off 4 different airbags - driver's, both driver's and passenger side curtain and the driver's knee airbag (didn't even know this existed). Anyhow, I have 60k miles on it and my insurance company has deemed it a total loss. They are in the process of valuing it to make me an offer. Any suggestions on how I should go about making sure I get the maximum value for the vehicle? Anyone know how I can recover the value from the unlimited supercharging since it doesn't look like it's available if I replace it with another used Model S? I'm going to really miss my Model S and the 5+2 seating. Not sure I can hold out long enough for a Model Y w/ 3rd row.