My wife happened to be in a head on collision which resulted in the front end totally crumpling up and the airbags deploying. The Model S did extremely well in the accident with no one getting hurt. Problem is that now the auto insurance company, USAA, can't figure out wether to fix the car or total it. The problem being that the parts are hard to come by. For example a front windshield has a 100 day back log. In addition if the car is totaled I will end up going to the back of the line. One Tesla service center said that they did have two "Orphan" cars that I may be able to purchase. We will see. And I never did get the back seats that I paid for.
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