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Ask the Doctor presents: The CAR-diologist Answers Questions About Your Wrecked Car

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 21, 2013

Potential DamageMAX.com Customer - Question for the Doctor

Question

Totaled by Teenage Driver: My 16 year old son just wrecked my brand new Honda Accord. Luckily he was not hurt but the car is pretty rough. He hit a telephone pole head-on outside our neighborhood grocery store. The car is drivable and we were able to get it back to the house. We have not called our insurance agent yet because we are afraid of what might happen to our insurance premium. My neighbor had a similar accident and his body shop charge over $6,000. CAR-diologist, we just can't afford that repair and we can't turn in the claim to our insurer.

What is your diagnosis?

Answer

The CAR-Diologist: Your situation is not as bad as your think. After looking at the pictures you sent me, I believe it would be worthwhile for you to sell your car "AS-IS". While it may cost you $6,000 or more to repair your Accord, DamageMAX buys thousands of damaged cars and is able to take advantage of volume discounts with wrecker services and body shops. We pass this savings on to you by paying the most for your wrecked car. And pickup is always free!

My diagnosis for you is to check out the 2 links below and call me in the morning:


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