I was originally going to crosspost with my original thread at the company forums, but I thought to make a new one. Basically, I went out for lunch on Monday for an hour or so, and after coming back, this is what I came back to: I can't begin to describe the anger and stress I am feeling over all this. The roads weren't even bad by this point so I wonder how it was hit, my mentality was more of leaving the car home to not get dirty from the salt! So you can imagine what's going through my head to come across this! This person gets to sleep soundly at night while I am forced to pick up the pieces and deal with it. The axle looks broken, the frame is aluminum and probably bent, and I'm out at least $1000 plus whatever the difference between what the insurance is willing to pay and what it costs to fix, at best, just to hopefully restore me to the same position I was before this happened. I'm also paying for a car that I ordered in September, picked up on Dec. 4, had for 5 days, and won't be able to drive for probably at least another month. They've likely killed any attempt at resale value in the process, whenever such a time would come. I am so upset because I have been waiting for months, getting acquainted with all of the features, and I really wanted to enjoy it and all the things Tesla does that nothing else comes close to. I want nothing more than to find out who did it, so $1000 to the person with information leading to the arrest of the driver of the vehicle that hit my parked Tesla Model S in Royersford, PA, then left the scene. As when I was inspecting the damage and a pickup truck drove by with people laughing at my misfortune, I do wonder if this was deliberate, perhaps a truck with snow plow attachment hit me perpendicular and didn't leave any broken bits or paint traces (Don't know why, I hardly know or speak to anyone in this neighborhood so I have no enemies...It is also a quiet residential area). At this point I'm not concerned with recouping any financial loss. I didn't really get to experience the "new car" euphoria, especially on the level what a MS provides, and when I get it back, I'm still going to have this in the back of my mind, and being the detail freak that I am, will probably be even more reluctant with it. This has messed with me in all sorts of ways. Not the way I had hoped to be making my first post! But they can only get better from here on out, right? Right?