On October 12th a good friend backed her SUV into my M3 while it was parked in her driveway! And before I go any further I'll say that we are still good friends. The front bumper is a mess, the frunk lid is badly bent, and the front left fender looks damaged too. Two days after the accident I took it to a Tesla authorized collision center for an estimate. The preliminary estimate came to just over $8200. But the car drives like it is still new except for cruise control not working. The shop was backed up and said they wouldn't be able to begin work on it until today (11/1). So I took it home and brought it back today. I started this thread so other people can see how long the repairs take and find out about any issues that come up. The guy at the shop said that he's having less problems getting replacement parts for Teslas than he is for most other manufacturers. I hope that remains true. Anyway, this is the beginning of a diary of sorts about the experience.