Car accident repairs Q
Yes.Posted 4 years ago
If the hypothetical impact was quite hefty then the hypothetical damage could be a little more than skin deep, not always obvious from just looking at the outside. If this person existed and didn’t know cars it may be worth asking a hypothetical garage how much they would charge for a repair such as the one you are imagining before the relative agrees to stump up the full cost.ell_tellMember
Clearly if the insurance company heard about this hypothetical situation they could hypothetically refuse to pay out on all subsequent claims…
This sort of thing
worrieshypothetically worries me 🙂
Basically its the MIL and I dont want either of us to unecessarily have to go through the rigmarol of premiums, inflated repair costs etc etc for what is a fairly minor bump. Obviously I’ll get the car properly checked out at a few garages to get an idea of costs and she may wish to go down the insurance route pending costs anyway.
But similarly I dont wish to break any laws. Checking the guidance online I can see any stipulation that any repairs must go through an insurance company so I suspect this is okay.Posted 4 years agoMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
if a relative was to hit the back of your car
My father-in law apparently went ballistic when he saw the accident to my now wife’s first car after a rear end shunt.
When he demanded to know who had caused the damage, he was taken aback by her reply “Didn’t Mum tell you…..?”Posted 4 years ago
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