US electric car maker Tesla Vice President Jerome Guillen poses at the Paris Auto Show on the last press day on October 3, 2014. The Paris Auto show opens to the public on Saturday.
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Elon Musk’s electric car company notified customers on Friday that Tesla Service Centers now offer collision repairs, something the company has been talking about since 2018.
In a message to customers entitled “Collision Repair is Here,” the company touted its ability to fix everything from dents and scratches to “suspension and axle damage” in its own service centers as an “alternative option to a body shop.”
Services, including collision repairs, should represent a bigger…