When it comes to body repairs, Tesla owners have a couple of alternatives in terms of where to go.
- Tesla-operated Body Repair and Service Centers
- Tesla-approved external body shop network
To schedule an appointment at a Tesla Service Center, login to the Tesla Mobile App and check availability.
For more information, check out Tesla’s Body Shop Support page on their website.
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Hitting a pole with our Tesla Model S ended up costing around $5,800. The two quotes that we got were very different: from our insurance company ($2,600) and from a Tesla certified body shop ($6,200).
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Early indications are Tesla is crushing it with customer service and quality at their new in-house body shops. According to ekobres the service in the new body shop they recently opened in Atlanta is excellent. «Today my Model 3 was courteously picked up, repaired, and delivered back to me completely fixed within 9 hours.» Tesla has plans to open in 10 major US cities soon.
Read more: RedditFrom issue #25
Here’s a summary of last Tuesday’s Tesla Shareholder Meeting with the things we got most excited about:
- Tesla planning on opening their own body shops. First 10 to open by the end of June 2018!
- Model Y planned for first half of 2020 (with maybe no steering wheel? :O) M3 test drives at some Tesla showroom locations by the end of June 2018. All stores in North America will have - M3s by the end of July 2018.
- New Gigafactory in Shangai, the first outside the US
Read more: TMCFrom issue #11