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maybe you should ask your pops, who:
i. runs an autoshop
ii. probably deals with situations like this 24/7
iii. has no reason to take advantage of you

Im wondering the samething. Just ask your dad man
post #32 of 43
anyone know how much they will payinjury wise for an airbag burn and soft tissue neck injury
post #33 of 43
just call the General you'll be fine
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post #34 of 43

take out another lease and get the same car. 

post #35 of 43
call saul
post #36 of 43
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OP wants money for his injuries laugh.gif not for them just to cover the bills...

Wish it was that easy, unless you have a serious injury, most claims cover enough for bills and expenses, and maybe a little something after. Taking it anything further than that would probably be costly and time consuming.

I would be mainly concerned about getting that car fixed up as well as my health.
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post #37 of 43
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OP wants money for his injuries laugh.gif not for them just to cover the bills...

Wish it was that easy, unless you have a serious injury, most claims cover enough for bills and expenses, and maybe a little something after. Taking it anything further than that would probably be costly and time consuming.

I would be mainly concerned about getting that car fixed up as well as my health.

nah, it can be done rather easily. sure it takes time but my friend wasnt even injured, said he had a neck injury and was out of work. He actually didnt have a job laugh.gif was getting money every month in the end he finally got about $30k settlement.
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post #38 of 43
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Female driver's insurance should cover it since she was clearly at fault.
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post #39 of 43
Leasing tho
post #40 of 43
^Makes sense on high priced luxury autos (provided you don't opt to buy it at the end of the lease).
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Thats crazy, I was just behind a 200h last night complaining about how I could hardly see its taillights.


That car has TERRIBLE taillight and brake light visibility. Only a small portion of that huge light fixture actually illuminates mean.gif


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post #42 of 43
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Thats crazy, I was just behind a 200h last night complaining about how I could hardly see its taillights.


That car has TERRIBLE taillight and brake light visibility. Only a small portion of that huge light fixture actually illuminates mean.gif


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**** is basically a toyota prius dressed up in a cute outfit.

 

sick.gif at da acceleration.

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Thats crazy, I was just behind a 200h last night complaining about how I could hardly see its taillights.



That car has TERRIBLE taillight and brake light visibility. Only a small portion of that huge light fixture actually illuminates mean.gif


2011_lexus_ct_200h_sports_luxury_03-4d9003dab8b82.jpg


**** is basically a toyota prius dressed up in a cute outfit.

sick.gif at da acceleration.

Even the "F" version is just a bodykit. The drivetrain is still the EXACT same. Hybrid tech is fine for the base/lux models, but I think the "F' should have had at least a turbo 4 for some kick.



IMO lexus really shouldnt have used the "F" moniker on the CT without a beefier performance oriented drivetrain. They should have called it "sport appearance pak" or something like that. I feel like if lexus is trying to build a reputation for their "F line" akin to BMWs "M line" they cant afford to associate it with an underwheming commuter car like the Prius/ct200h.
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