Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by norrie14, Aug 21, 2014.
WHAT HAPPENS AT 25MP TO ME TODAY NO INJURIES POOR VAN
So sorry Norrie but please explain what happened? Were you injured? Hope insurance coughs up!
Oh bollox, was it cash for crash?
What on earth did you hit?
"Ouch"....... next time concentrate... and dont take any notice of what she is saying...
Oh David! That seems a tad insensitive
I did mean in the context of some other person causing it and claiming off them
This bloody language of ours, so easily misread
I have enough trouble with spoken word
Ouch - but pleased you are all ok
What a bummer. I hope everyone's OK.
The van can possibly be repaired.
I knew what you meant, only joking........but would be interested to hear what happened to the van just the same
Hi Norrie, hope you are fixed and back on the road soon
I would hazard a guess that some one reversed into Norrie..
could be worth buying back from the insurer and having it repaired with second hand parts. sounds dodgy, but its not and is frequently done. some people make a living from such easy write offs.
second hand parts about £1000 insurer and new parts 4 x as much, so it would qualify as an economic write off
or bumped the back of a truck/trailer with damage that high up
Having been there in similar circumstances you have my sympathy. Hope the insurance sorts things out as well as they did for us.
Reversing at 25mph?
Looks like it slid under a truck
Glad my gal is tucked up in a shed today, that's the second van whacked in 24 hours, shan't bother with the lottery, seems luck is in short supply this week. Norrie that looks ugly and expensive, hope you haven't whacked your head/knees or other bits and it is only the wallet that is hurting.
Hope everyone's ok. Break my heart if I bumped my home like that. Hope it's sorted with little fuss.
Hopefully it looks worse than it actually is. I know its awful when we have an accident but at least there is no injuries. Hope you get it sorted or paid out for it ok.
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