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Car damage estimate

So, I got an estimate from a very good shop in Durham: $1200. Did not expect it to be that high, but they found some other trouble spots I was not aware of.

I still have not heard from the other driver at all and I was unable to find her phone number. I typed it in that night when we exchanged numbers, but I must have fat fingered something and lost it. Regardless, she's had plenty of time to call me (and she promised she would). Therefore, I called Allstate and started a claim. They found her information and have scheduled me to see my car tomorrow afternoon.

As far as I'm concerned, she had an opportunity to skip the insurance and missed it. I have no sympathies for her. She's the one that caused the damage and is costing me my personal time to get it fixed.

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manley1
Apr. 25th, 2007 02:14 am (UTC)
I agree in that she's had her chance. Just go against her insurance. It sounds like it's going to be expensive anyway.
rbsmith77
Apr. 25th, 2007 06:09 pm (UTC)
Yes... BMWs tend to run higher for body work. My minor accident that dented my front passenger quarter panel ending up costing about 3700. I have a 2000 323i.

BTW I just got a 07 530xi for a loaner. I didn't much care for it. The driver's cockpit felt cramped. It gave off the impression it was trying to be too much like a 7 series.

And as for the insurance, you followed protocol. Better to get the claim started now. Not to mention, as they fix the car, they will undoubtedly be some overruns.

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