So I am about 5 months away from the end of my original 4yr warranty on my beloved 2013 P85 with only 39,000km. It has given me very little trouble and dare I say I never even serviced it. The problem is, it has had extensive front end damage TWICE (neither were my fault, but the latter accident required $17,000 CAD and four months to repair). Although it's been running great in the last week since I've gotten it back, I can't help wondering how well it will hold up in the future and whether structurally, it will become a safety issue if heaven forbid, I get hit AGAIN. My options are: Keep my very reliable car for another 4yrs and buy an ESA for $4000, but I have been reading that my ESA may not be valid if I have not been servicing it as scheduled? Also, I assume going forward, I will have to bring it in regularly to keep my extended warranty valid. I am a low mileage driver and one of the reasons I bought the Tesla is its low maintenance. Keep my car and not buy an ESA. Although I have not had any major repairs yet, Murphy's law comes to mind... Trade in my car and upgrade to a "D" with autopilot (two things I don't have but covet). I am very afraid of what my trade in value is with the two accidents. Even with buying a CPO, I think I will have to shell out a lot of money to upgrade, and my next car may bring me problems which my current one does not. Normally I would make this decision closer to end of warranty, but I have been reading that Tesla may increase trade in values due to December being end of year. There is some CPO inventory that I would also be interested in right now. Any thoughts? Advice?