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A-Hole with nose ring wrecked my rear bumper

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by GunMonkeyINTL, Sep 26, 2020.

  1. CoronaRaptor

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    Out-freakin’-standing.

    Couldn't agree more, Karma!
     
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    Get his info from the police report, then firebomb his BMW.

    That’s how things work these days, right?
     
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    Easier to put a Trump sticker on his bumper and let Antifa, BLM, and SJW fight over the opportunity to firebomb his car ...
     
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    If the hitch has any damage, even a scratch, they will replace it. On a F150, its a bolt on part of the rear frame. There are several different versions.
     
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    After it runs through an insurance claim it will be on a Carfax etc. You may be better off buying a bumper from eBay. There are a lot of cheap original takeoffs out there & replace any other parts that are bent yourself. Otherwise you're going to take a hit when you go to resell it. Also insist that the police press charges for him hitting your vehicle and leaving the scene of the accident.
     
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    Sorry to hear that, main thing is you didn’t get hurt.
     
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    Your rates should not increase.
    Make sure every nut, bolt, triim, etc, etc is repaired to perfection
    The other guy's insurance will be paying and should also cover any deductible.
    Make sure to file a DIMINISHED VALUE claim. https://www.pdxinjurylawyers.com/auto-accidents-cars-trucks/diminished-value/
    My wife had a very similar accident as you described. State Farm initially denied her diminished value claim but caved and paid twice what we were asking one they were contacted by the lawyer. You're truck will always be worth less because there will be an accident on the record and they need to pay you the diminished value
     
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    Just make sure you put on a "BLM' shirt. Thats the new get out of jail free card.
     
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    Car fax is pain in the ass.

    I had the bumber cover on my kids audi repainted due to rock chips, and the fricken autobody place reported it. The car fax showed "body damage - $800" or some nonsense like that.

    Also, the ford dealer created a RO for my raptor and put the wrong mileage in error. I caught it a couple of days later and the created another RO with the correct mileage. I'm waiting for Carfax to show odometer mismatch or some bullshit like that.

    Antifa needs to burn that place down....
     
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    I'd go thru insurance and have everything fixed right. Since it wasn't your fault your insurance shouldn't go up at all. If it does it would be minimal.and worth getting your truck fixed right and by his insurance.
     
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