Tesla to Perform Collision Repairs at Service Centers

June 25, 2019
Tesla has started performing collision repairs at its service centers and through its mobile service fleet.

June 25, 2019—Tesla has started performing collision repairs through its mobile service fleet and its service centers, according to Business Insider.

Tesla will repair "paint scuffs and scratches" and "minor dents," according to an email, and replace bumpers, fenders, doors, side mirrors and other "bolt-on" parts.

Tesla customers can now schedule service appointments through an app, according to the company's website. In May, Tesla announced that its vehicles can determine which parts need to be replaced and order new ones.

Sponsored Recommendations

Best Body Shop and the 360-Degree-Concept

Spanesi ‘360-Degree-Concept’ Enables Kansas Body Shop to Complete High-Quality Repairs

How Fender Bender Operator of the Year, Morrow Collision Center, Achieves Their Spot-On Measurements

Learn how Fender Bender Operator of the Year, Morrison Collision Center, equipped their new collision facility with “sleek and modern” equipment and tools from Spanesi Americas...

ADAS Applications: What They Are & What They Do

Learn how ADAS utilizes sensors such as radar, sonar, lidar and cameras to perceive the world around the vehicle, and either provide critical information to the driver or take...

Banking on Bigger Profits with a Heavy-Duty Truck Paint Booth

The addition of a heavy-duty paint booth for oversized trucks & vehicles can open the door to new or expanded service opportunities.