So sorry, Doca.Holy mackerel, Doca, I sure hope that invoice is in Canadian dollars, not USD! That's a mighty big ding to your check book for such a small repair, if you ask me.
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Sadly, it may not be worth making an insurance claim, depending on your deductible and future increases in premium. Your insurance agent should be able to let you know what effect it would have.Thanks all. First dent I’ve ever gotten in a car.
Because it’s a Japanese car I asked if it was in yen. That’s wouldn’t have been so bad, like $15. The problem is the main impact was right on the contour line so they can’t just pop it out. Th job includes blending paint so now I have daymares of cutting and future issues.
The worse part is that it’s actially kinda hard to see with the naked eye and I’m at a point of conflict. Fix it when there’s no paint damage but maybe introduce a problem area later or, live with it and let it nag at me everyday.
He’s going to gets nice relaxing bath, inside and out, this weekend. Then ice cream... cars like ice cream, right?
Going through insurance because that’s what it’s there for. Down it’s down to pocket change for thr repair.
It’s not bad. They have to remove the taillight and trim (I could do that in 20 min) and they said they have to remove the little window. I guess so they don’t accidentally break it.Ugh, sorry. How's the access to the panel behind the dent?