My TM3 was rear-ended on a road trip in California two weeks ago. Substantial cosmetic damage to the bumper, trunk panel, tail light housing, and left rear panel, but the car is still drivable. No injuries and the other driver's insurance is covering, but.....the body shop (Tesla approved & insurance approved) is telling me that the car will need to be in their possession to tear-down before they order the parts....and they are giving me an estimate of 70 days for the repairs to be complete (unlikely best-case scenario 30 days, but they really have very little to go on. They have another TM3 in the shop that's been waiting 2 months for parts.) So......anybody have any advice on wrangling an acceptable replacement vehicle? That is a long time to be without my spaceship. Renting the cheapest Model S on Turo would be about $7,300, about 3K more than the repairs and 3K more than renting most "standard" vehicles. I can legitimately claim that renting an ICE car will cost me $225 extra in fuel over that time span...but other than that I don't see how I'm going to get the insurance company (theirs or mine) to buy off on that. A Bolt or a Leaf would be an acceptable substitute, even though charging becomes more difficult - but I don't see any of those for rent. Am I doomed to ICE-ville?