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.

A growing stream of owner reports of downright shocking Tesla repair bills and estimates for scratches, dents, and minor collisions.  “Cost of repair crazy high” is how one Model S owner puts it in a thread on the Tesla Motor Club online owners forum.

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Tesla Owners Shocked At Astronomical Costs And Estimates For Minor Accident Repairs

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