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    So I decided to venture out and drive down to a local service station at 7:30 in the morning which is quite an outing for me of late as I approached the door a guy who obviously pays a lot of tax being told to go away
    I was let in and the argument continued grabbed my stuff and headed to the counter
    As the guy walk out of the forecourt I heard a bang a couple in the service station said is that your silver car
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    So this is what this skid mark decided to do then run off like stain he is
    The car was parked in the disabled parking and itís pretty obvious that Iím not going be chasing him up the road
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    Has the service station got that on their video camera?

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    Yeah the policy is to give it to the police then I can get it from them
    Was able to view it but not record it
    But alas my excess is 600 they know the guy but what do you do he wouldnít pay a fine and I donít want to be paying for him to go through the system to get 3 squares a day
    Paintless dent should be able smooth the bit I couldnít get


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    Sad story and all too often today, but as so often, karma might catch up with the arrogant prick!


    My dear lady had a wing mirror smashed by a similar Ahole, who will eventually pay as he originally promised her, even if it costs me twice as much to force him to do so. A matter of principle and I know it means less these days, and I could fix it myself but then that was not the deal!


    Good luck with your fix and commiserations.

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    What I like about Renaults these days is that they are usually trouble free for at least ten years. What I don't like about ten year old cars is the amount of third party parking rash they attract. My Koleos is covered in dents applied by ignoramuses throwing open their car doors without any thought as to what they might hit. At ten years it's starting to look like horizontal hail damage!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Luck View Post
    What I like about Renaults these days is that they are usually trouble free for at least ten years. What I don't like about ten year old cars is the amount of third party parking rash they attract. My Koleos is covered in dents applied by ignoramuses throwing open their car doors without any thought as to what they might hit. At ten years it's starting to look like horizontal hail damage!
    Unfortunately its a sign of the times, cars are getting bigger and the parking spaces are so tight, that if everyone does not park in the centre of their space there is very little room to open the door, even being careful.
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    Unfortunately this was the result of a drugo upset that he could steal stuff from a servo


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmccurtayne View Post
    Unfortunately this was the result of a drugo upset that he could steal stuff from a servo


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    I agree there is no excuse for that sort of damage.

    Accidents happen and when they do just own up and sort it out with the other party.
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    One of these types put the boot to the same spot on my 505 GTI years ago. Later, during some period of anti-French feeling another of these losers smashed my driver side window when the same car was parked opposite the house. The neighbours were impressed by my calm acceptance of this. There are worse things. Great repair you've done so far.

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