Car Repair Advice
As more and more Tesla Model S electric sport sedans hit the road—50,000-plus at last count—some of their drivers are naturally starting to have accidents. They are bumping into other cars, colliding with deer, scraping telephone poles, and backing up into poles and trees. Their cars are suffering all the other dents, scratches, and dings that are an almost inevitable part of a car's life. DON'T MISS: 2014 Tesla Model S P85D: First Drive Of All-Electric AWD Performance Sedan Fortunately, I have done none of those things in my 85-kilowatt-hour 2013 Tesla Model S. Yet. But I have to...
Electric-Car Accident? What Your Insurance Company MUST Let You Do
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been driving, what type of car you have or how it happened: having a car accident isn’t nice. Normally, post-accident, your insurance company may help you find a local repairer to get your car looking good as new again. But if you have an electric...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield