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MorallyIncorrect/Misnomer Car Bumper ?

Had two minor incidents last quarter this year where car bumpers barely bumped each other and costs $500+ damage, for cosmetically repainting the damaged plastic wraparound bumper (body shop has to remove bumper repaint (color coat plus clear coat; no physical damage). The first incident involved a lady parallel parking her Accura behind my wife's Chevy Impala and scraping the right rear bumper with her front right bumper (damage to both cars was cosmetic paint). The second incident…


Added by Al LeBlanc on December 30, 2013 at 10:30am — 5 Comments

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