On my way to work today I was sideswiped by a concrete truck who changed lanes to avoid another construction vehicle. Thank goodness nobody was injured and only the truck's tires and mud flap hit my car, so damage was minimal -- it could have been so much worse! In fact, damage was so minimal I'm unsure what it's going to look like trying to get it fixed. The only damage I can find is: Scratch on passenger side fender, directly across one ultrasonic parking sensor Paint-only damage to all passenger-side body panels except rear door Mirror possibly slightly out of whack due to being very forcibly bent back. Had to adjust my driver profile, so it's definitely not quite how it was, but it seems to have the full range of motion and looks fine. GEICO claim they can fix all this at one of their affiliated shops and that I should take their "GEICO Express" offer to just drop the car off and have it dealt with. Or I can go to the same shop, have an GEICO adjuster look at the car, write me a check, and get it fixed wherever I want. If I have other options under the policy they're not saying so. However, I am not sure the first option is even real -- will Tesla actually sell the body shop a new ultrasonic sensor and/or mirror, if a mirror is required? I assume matching the (dark grey) paint is well within the abilities of any competent shop. What do you all think? Again, there is as far as I can tell no actual body damage to the car.