This was certainly the best option, it took me about 9 months to get my car to be fixed for a very similar accident.Last Friday, Tesla Insurance made their offer to total the car. It was $54k and change. I looked it over during the weekend and realized that they quoted comparables from Tesla.com used cars but did NOT include the performance option. I asked them to resubmit it with performance. Got it back today and now it's over $58k. I was a little surprised that performance only got me 4k more even though I paid 10k more. Oh well. We accepted the price even though we won't be whole. We've also been told that we can pursue the additional work, ie chrome delete, full PPF, etc directly with the other party's State Farm insurance. We'll see how it goes. We are looking to buy a MY next so this figure will go a long way towards the new car cost. Just waiting for Tesla's battery day to see if there are any significant improvements coming.
Thanks to everyone who has followed the thread. Hope none of you ever have to go through an accident with your Tesla.
- Does your car was still drivable or did you have to use a tow truck?
- Which Model and options did you have? Did you have FSD?
- Which year and month, and mileage did you have?