So, the 'elk manoeuvre' aftermath.
I can report that:
A) a Touran does not fall over when performing the
B) a red stag can sure make a bang, when hitting said Touran, and leave a certain amount of snot, hair and other bodily fluids all over the side of said car.
C) if the stag had been a foot further over the road, we would have had full on stag-through-windscreen moment.
Does anyone know if I should be worried about the dents in the pillar next to the windscreen and roof edge? I am concerned that in a future bump, these are main structural elements. The dents are shallow, but one has a “folded” edge to it…(pics later)Posted 4 years ago
We stopped but it was staggering off….it was a blind crest in pitch black, so I moved down road and when I returned after kids and mrs oab had calmed down, I could find no sign. Local farmer has been informed, so I suspect it won’t go to waste (but maybe to waist!).Posted 4 years ago
Technically no. But the driver who comes across it after you can have it
That’s not in the Deer Act 1991 nor the Deer (Scotland) Act 1996 🙂
Taking the carcass away – without legal right or permission obviously – is an offence. Doubt you’d get done for it in these circumstances though, i.e. not deliberate poaching.Posted 4 years ago
Any body shop people on?Posted 4 years ago
The wing has dent/pushed out and back and deep scratches, bumper cracked, A pillar above in pics, roof line edge has three more small dents like A pillar, mirror casing wobbly, a long dent/long line/scratch along both doors, scratches on rear wing….
Comparing to damage before, where they repaired but resprayed the lot, I think it would be a respray. How much (ish)?
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