Hi folks My Model X P100D passenger door was keyed on 24 February. It was parked legally and correctly (well within lines) at Ku-ring-gai Fitness & Aquatic Centre, but a Volkswagon driver parked in the disabled spot beside us (whom I've never seen before) simply came over keyed it before casually driving away. While the Blackvue identifies the offender's registration, the Police just gave me an event number and said it was a different local area command so it has to be transferred across and prioritised by them in due course. I have little expectation to hear from them again. Our nearest Tesla-accredited body shop took a look and advised it would cost $4,000 to $5,000 to repair, as it's a 45 cm scratch in red paint which means they have to sand and repaint the front panel, passenger door, rear passenger door and rear panels. He said they don't have to remove any doors, just the accessories and trims. There was concern about the trim clips breaking, thus the variation in estimate. Nevertheless it seems an extraordinary amount of money. I have a $2,000 excess on the NRMA policy but fear the consequences of a claim for future premiums. When walking around the body shop with the manager today he showed me two other work-in-progress Tesla repairs and remarked one was around $60,000 for hail damage and the other around $120,000 for a front-end crash. I can see why insurance premiums on these vehicles are out of control. The question is can any of your recommend a reputable body shop that might provide me a more competitive price, hopefully closer to my excess amount? I don't mind if I am without the car a while or have to travel a bit. Or if they're all charging similar amounts I guess I'll have to just make a claim and live with the next 5 years of higher insurance premiums because someone else didn't like the look of a Model X. Any suggestions much appreciated.