Two kangaroos jumped in front of me today and I hit one. Broke its leg, poor thing, but it still managed to hide so I couldn't find it to tell the injured wildlife people. Anyway, the hood (windscreen side only) raised a few centimetres and I got an "active hood deployed - call Tesla service" message. Which I did, and they called the roadside manager in Australia who will call me back on Tuesday. Apparently this is the first time it's happened in Australia so thought I'd let you know about it. On collision, the hood automatically activates and raises to soften the impact of a pedestrian landing on the hood. The car is completely driveable, just looks odd with a raised hood. There seems to be no other damage (bar a paint scrape) and a bent license plate. The solution will either mean a trip to the service centre in Sydney (or a tow I guess) or a ranger car will come out to me, depending on how easy it is to reach the switch that needs replacing. Photos attached.