Pull out your policy and read the fine print. Many policies allow for the use of non-OEM parts to keep down costs. If you want 100% OEM parts you may have to pay the difference.speedzracer said:wife hit a deer.... how can i insure the insurance company/ body shop doesn't use "economy" parts? any guesses on cost?
picture is in my gallery, i couldn't upload it here...
I think that hunters should be given a one time pass to blast as many deer as possible.speedzracer said:wife hit a deer....
Ouch!! That's some pretty expensive venison.
Crunch-crunchberry said:Reminds me of my hubbys first wreck here in america - he had just come over from Holland. Hit a pheasant in a suped up Bradley GT 25 yrs ago. Car flipped a couple times - somehow he wasnt hurt.
Not my idea - but now we have moved from complaining about the neighbors and no privacy to the crickets, bullfrogs and owls that keep us up all night! Actually I like the deer.....hfelknor said:Leave it to us.......
Move to the country and complain about the animals.
What a great country!