Fixing our damaged car

My partner took our brand new vehicle to the beach and she got it stuck in the sand.

She tried to get the truck out of the sand and it got deeper and deeper. She ended up having to contact AAA to have someone tow us out of the disaster. The two of us had to spend our savings $250 extra even though the people I was with and I had coverage, because the beach bail out required a special truck and lift. The lift damaged the underside of our truck. I noticed the destruction as soon as the automobile was dropped off. Sadly, this type of problem can happen from time to time when a car needs to be towed in an emergency. I contacted the auto body shop to see if they could work on the disfigures and fit me into the schedule. The auto body shop advocated I get the tow truck driver to cover the deductible on our insurance, however I wasn’t too sad about the $400 fee. I was simply sad about getting the truck fixed up so it was in the same condition that it was before our partner decided to go to the beach. The auto body shop told me that it would take about 3 days to complete the work on the car. Sadly, it took more than two extra afternoons and twice as long as I expected after the auto body shop ordered the wrong parts. Thankfully things looked absolutely great when the car was finally returned to me. The auto body shop even took time to make sure that all of the undercarriage lights were toiling before they called me to option up the vehicle.


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