How long did it take for your Model S to be repaired after an accident? I'm sure your answer depends greatly on the type of damage received and your location but the poll/thread could still prove to be interesting. Sadly, my car has been sent to the auto body shop 2 times. It seems to be a magnet for this sort of stuff compared to any other car I've owned. At 32 years old the maximum number of accidents I've had in a car before my Tesla was a grand total of 1. Latest incident a lady decides to come into an intersection an rear end me when I had a green arrow light. I'm curious what other people's experience is with getting their Model S repaired. The worst part of owning this car is getting the car repaired if it's been damaged in an accident. Parts take forever to get shipped from CA to the east coast and it seems aluminum body work takes longer to work with than the standard materials used in other cars. This boils down to both of my incidents taking over 30 days before the car is repaired which seems like the standard time for car rental allowances through insurance. If I didn't have a second car to use I'd be completely screwed. Am I alone with this?!?