Backed into my Jeep this morning because I’m a ding dong . I mainly want to share my initial experience with the service center (collision repair specifically). I scheduled an appointment in the app at around 8:30am for next week. By 9:45am, I received communication that Tesla virtual service is looking into the request. By 10:00am, I received another text and an email with repair quote (I’m assuming derived for the photos I attached through the app). Everything is signed and rolling by mid afternoon and car is scheduled to come in for the repair next week, and the repair is estimated to take 5 days. Pretty happy with the Marietta, GA service center. Car has trunk damage, broken driver tail light, and trunk slightly misaligned. No damage to rear quarters, bumper or the panels on either side of the rear window. Tesla quoted $2600 to repair with new unfinished trunk assembly, new tail light, and professional paint and blending to the rear quarters and roof side panels. Majority of this cost is the body shop paint work, which I’m fine with as long as the blend job is good. Car is the multicoat white, and Tesla actually mentioned that their previous approach was to replace with a factory painted trunk, but they’ve found the paint match is a crapshoot (I believe it especially with pearl white), so the new approach at this service center is to paint new part and blend. Will update thread as the repair happens and end result. Photos of damage attached. I repaired the Jeep myself by scrubbing off the marks left on the rear spare tire and carrier...never parking that stupid thing behind the M3s garage stall ever again!