My smart got "re-decorated" by a Lady in a (brand-new, no less) BMW 3-series last night on the way home, so the best I am hoping for now, is that it can and will be fixed soon.
It dented the driver side tridion pretty good. At least I am fine and here to b*tch about it ... When the sign says "no-double-turn" how would you interpret that? ... am I bitter? ... you bet.
I would like anybody's suggestions though on what to look out for when it comes to repairs of the smart and how I can steer the insurance company to the "right place". Do they just pull the metal straight, "bondo" and paint is, or do they cut pieces of the frame and weld in new sections?
Thank for any input.
Yes, they are a little fuzzy as it was freezing out, but I think you can see the big gap at the door sill where the panels rebounded and the tridion stayed very bent. You can also see the paint from the beamer scraped all over the door panel (not a reflection, "seafoam green/clearcoat").