Wednesday, February 06, 2008

There's Damage we Couldn't See

Jeffrey's little fender bender the other day? He took the car in yesterday to have them look it over and see if they could find any damage. What looked to us like a bent license plate - that's all we could see - turns out to be $600 worth of damage. Of course, I don't know if that means there's really a lot of damage or just that it costs way too much to get anything done or fixed on a car. Either way, I hope the whole insurance thing works out. Since it was 'nobody's fault' does that mean our insurance has to pay? Will they use that as an excuse to raise our rates? Why couldn't that stupid woman have paid attention in the first place?

And they can't get the car in to the shop until the middle of next month. At least it's not something that makes the car unsafe to drive.


  1. I think your insurance will pay to fix yours, after your deductable is met. Also, I think it just depends on which insurance agency you use about it they will raise your rates. Some have a one time forgiveness.

  2. I have no idea how all of this works, and I think it varies depending on the state and the insurance company - but I hope everything works out and it's covered!


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