20 Oct 2023 | Abstracted from Road & Track"The average repair cost for a non-Tesla EV is just $269 higher than the industry average, according to collision repair software company Mitchell. But if your Tesla gets in a crash, it'll cost $1347 more than average to repair...
"Insurance companies are finding expensive Tesla repair costs difficult to justify. Even low-mileage Teslas (ones with fewer than 10,000 miles) are getting totaled... reasons why Tesla repairs are significantly more expensive. These include a lack of replacement parts and a few Tesla Service Centers."
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