I'm driving from Seattle to Orlando in my Model X - I stopped by Mt. Rushmore earlier this week and left the monument's visitor complex late at night while roadwork traffic cones were on the highway, one of the cones was lying in the middle of the road and was already crushed, so I thought my car would simply run over it without incident - and I was doing 55mph and I didn't want to swerve to avoid it, lest I hit incoming traffic in the next lane, nor entering into the blocked-off lane to the right. In retrospect I should have been driving much slower so if I braked I wouldn't have hit it. Here's the dashcam footage, the cone is visible from the 30 second mark: And the damage photos are attached. The cone hit the front left foglight assembly which kicked it in, and took out the front-left wheel arch, it also pulled half of the felt-lining off the wheel-well. I was able to retrieve some of the debris from the highway: the forward felt-lining and some plastic bits, but another car ran-over the wheel-arch which shattered on-impact and went everywhere, erk! I made it to the Supercharger in Custer, SD to assess the damage and sent photos to State Farm and cleared-up the initial damage. The next morning I took it to a local tyre shop who were able to get the felt lining back into place and re-mount the front-left foglight assembly, but the front-left parking sensor was inoperable so the car disabled parking assist entirely (so no parking beeps, no summon, constant warnings on the dashboard, and worryingly: no blind-spot indicators either). I called up Tesla's nearested authorised body-shop in Omaha who said there's a day of 4-6 weeks for new front body-panels - so I'll get it taken care-of when I get back to Seattle. I also called the Tesla Service Center in Orlando (my final destination before returning) who said they couldn't fit me in for another week. What options do I have to get the parking sensors working again? I get uncomfortable when trying to park in tight spaces and the lack of blind-spot indicators on the freeway is also concerning. Also, the left-side doors are acting-up: about half the time the door proximity sensors think something is blocking the way so they only open a few inches and require overriding to open fully, but other times they work perfectly fine and open fully they way they're meant to. I noticed this after I took the car to a car-wash after the initial repair at the tyre shop.