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      12-03-2012, 10:46 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Karbon
Sorry to hear!

I wouldn't go through insurance for this. You'll still have to pay the deductable and your rates could go up.

Depending how it's cracked, it could be repairable. I've actually seen a shop repair a crack (not sure how they did it) but you couldn't tell it was ever cracked even on the inside. All I know is that it wasn't a filler, it was some kind of plastic weld.

Better to pay out of pocket, as much as that sucks
I thought insurance does go up if its under comprehensive. That's If I cAn convince them it happened when I wasn't in the car somehow
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