I got a Raptor now i need HELP!

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This seems like something your homeowners or car insurance should be covering. it shouldn't be your job to fix this.
I know, but i thought you guys may know some places to get parts. I don't want to wait 3 months for a hood or something my head would explode. LOL
 

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First off... Holy FÚCK!
Glad you and the family are ok.

Would this be a homeowners or auto claim though? I mean for the truck, pretty sure you’re already talking to the homeowner’s insurance company for the house.
 
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First off... Holy FÚCK!
Glad you and the family are ok.

Would this be a homeowners or auto claim though? I mean for the truck, pretty sure you’re already talking to the homeowner’s insurance company for the house.
We have the same insurance for the house as the truck. Same company anyway.
 

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First off... Holy FÚCK!
Glad you and the family are ok.

Would this be a homeowners or auto claim though? I mean for the truck, pretty sure you’re already talking to the homeowner’s insurance company for the house.
You can't make a claim against yourself using your own, owned property. This means you can't wreck into your own property and then only claim one deductible everything must be turned in under its own policy. The vehicle would get Comp Claim and homeowners would get Comp claim and unfortunately, they will each have their own deduct.

Thank God you are OK that looks like one big pillow fight!
 
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You can't make a claim against yourself using your own, owned property. This means you can't wreck into your own property and then only claim one deductible everything must be turned in under its own policy. The vehicle would get Comp Claim and homeowners would get Comp claim and unfortunately, they will each have their own deduct.

Thank God you are OK that looks like one big pillow fight!
Yeah, probably i would just like to get my Raptor back and not have to wash my clothes at a laundromat.
 
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