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Old 05-04-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Hello automotive forumers,

Hello automotive forumers,

I come today to you for your advice and insights about one of the collision that involved me today, I am a foreign student and because I do not have insurance, just bought the car and I'll have to pay for the damage very soon. My finance is very limited and I may have to loan some money from the bank, I cannot how describe how stressful it has been for me to figure out what would be the most affordable way to repair a car.

Short story I was turning into my apartment's gate and this car crashed into mine, no-one was hurt, but both cars were damaged, I've attached the image, it's a Ford SUV 2006 for reasons I cannot discuss I will be the one paying for the damage although he crashed into me but he had the right of way but he was in my blind spot when i was turning.

I really need your insights on how much (closest approximate) to repair it to post-crash condition. The furthest I can take this car is to Phoenix AZ, I understand I'm no body asking for help from strangers but I am really desperate in finding a way to pay for this and still able to afford living and studying in the states. I thank you for reading this post.
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