So my car was involved in an accident on Friday and I had airbag deployment. I spoke to the service people in Menlo Park yesterday and they informed me that when the airbags deploy a fuse is blown which isolates the 12 volt battery from the main battery. The lights and console are driven off the 12volt battery. So I still had dome lights, hazard lights and center console activity after the accident. I used the console to manually put the parking brake on and turn off the car. I even used the web browser to try to pull up the first responder guide. After 30-40 minutes, my center console and dashboard went dark and the dome lights started to go on and off intermittently--this was the 12 volt battery running low. He said that I might have been able to drive away from the accident if I replaced the fuse. But it's hidden away and you can't get to it unless you disassemble the frunk. What I wish it did: Turn off the radio Turn off those damn warning buzzers! Display a help screen on the center console with shortcuts to dial 911, put the car in park, turn off the car, set the parking brake, put car into tow mode. In the future, after getting into an accident, the prudent thing to do might be to engage parking brake, chock the wheels and then put the car in towing mode before the screen dies. My car had to be dragged onto the flatbed because I couldn't put it in tow mode. Tesla asked me to request a flatbed with "skates" for the wheels, but the tow truck driver completely ignored me when I brought this up. His rationale was that my car was totaled since the airbags went off so it didn't matter if he damaged the car. Well...it turns out that my car might not be totaled after all. I'll find out later today.