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Thread: Bodywork damage estimate.

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    Bodywork damage estimate.

    My car has been damaged and the offender is making an appearence in court in three weeks time. I need a cheap or free estimate for repairing the damage.

    Can anyone help?


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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    photos?

    best thing maybe to do would be take a trip down to a garage with it and let them give you an estimate....


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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    photos?

    best thing maybe to do would be take a trip down to a garage with it and let them give you an estimate....









    This last pic is the only dent that has broken the paint.

    Are estimates free? I need a written one to produce in court.

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    normally they will give you a written one for free... Just say your having a few done to decide which to go with and you want it in writing...

    Try M&M vehicle repairs in Longton/Fenton

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    Most bodyshops give a written one for free - what the hell happened there??

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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    WTF happened to that?

    Most will get you free estimates.

    M&M cant match paint for toffee so beware.
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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    Quote Originally Posted by BVR Dave View Post
    what the hell happened there??
    Quote Originally Posted by madmanmart View Post
    WTF happened to that?
    My ex's boyfriend (now ex) started on me, then took it out on my car.

    It's going to court and he's pleading guilty but that means nothing.
    He's a work shy alcoholic so he can't pay any compensation awarded to me.
    At best he'll be docked a fiver a week out of his benefits which is naff all use to me.
    If I knew I could get away with it I'd break his legs.

    If anyone has any jobs going gimme a shout. I need to get this sorted quickly to wipe the smile off his face.

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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    Try TVR (Tunstall Vehicle Repairs)

    Tunstall Vehicle Repairs | Experts in car repairs and servicing

    These bloke deal with supercars all day long and the work they is so good.

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    Re: Bodywork damage estimate.

    Sorry to hear this mate, sounds like a right tool hope he gets whats coming to him.
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    What an arsehole!

    As you say, nothing will happen to him because he doesn't work.

    If I did that they'd come down like a ton of bricks and I'd have to pay court costs, for the car repairs and compensation to you. Makes me angry just thinking about it

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