In Reply to: @#[email protected]#[email protected]#[email protected]#[email protected]#%!!!!!!!!! posted by Daleebro on September 22, 1999 at 03:02:20:
That sucks man. I will say it always looks worse when it first happens. Unless this thing is huge or your paint is missing, I wouldn't run out and get it fixed. It is bound to happen again, and If you run out an fix every ding, every time. You are going to spend a lot of time and money. Wait till you get some more. Hopefully you will be able to buff the scratch out
It is sad that people are so inconsiderate about others cars, but we buy these great cars to drive them and they are going to get dinged up. If you constantly have to worry or dwell, what fun is that. Personally I will park further away if I can't get a spot that has a good amount of room on both sides. I also avoid parking next to cars with big doors, especially if they are too high for the side molding to deflect. Of course most dings are caused when people exit their cars, so it will probabaly be the car that parks next to you, not that you park next to, that will do the dinging.
: I can't Belive this is happening!!!
: I parked my car for 30 minutes in a public parking lot, and guess what!
: Some [email protected]#%[email protected]# slammed his door onto my passenger side door. Left me an dent with a scratch!!!
: How much is it to fix this and where?
: THis is so disturbing!!!!!!
: Need Help guys..