Here in Tucson we really only have 1 choice, thats Dans Paint and Body on 22nd. Almost 2 months later, we have the car back for the second time but still not fixed correctly. In the videos I have posted, I find is very hard to believe Dan’s did a final drive after the repairs. After returning the vehicle, Dans along with Paul, the Tucson Tesla Ranger, determined the noise to be the rear rotor. They replaced it and in the process let the battery pack go completely dead, causing the 12 volt battery to go bad and needed to be replaced ( I had send text messages to both Dans and Paul at Tesla service that the pack was getting very low and should be plugged in). This caused further delays in getting my car back. The car was returned on Friday July 25th. Pete at Dans assured me the vehicle was now fixed. After driving the car home, about 25 miles, I noticed most of the noise was gone but still heard a slight humming noise when driving straight and at speeds above 30 mph. Electric cars dont make this kind of noise. At slower speeds, I noticed what appeared to be a grinding feeling in the steering wheel when turning the vehicle in a curve on the road. In the second video, you can see the rotor spin and then stop and get hard to turn. It does the same with the tire on also. I took off the other tire on the passenger side of the car and it spun freely when turned. Im not a repair person, but it seemed fairly easy to figure this out that there was also a problem with the front rotor. This is my 3rd Tesla and would really like for my car to be fix right but I am loosing hope. Having an accident is back enough, not being able to get the vehicle fixed correctly is just uncalled for.