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Old 25th June 2008, 21:00   #91
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What was the service center owner's reaction after you told him the estimated expenses?

Did he agree to pay in full?
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Thats wrong with claiming insurance? Isn't insurance meant to serve such incidents?
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Whenever there has been an incident of this sort, the offender would coolly say "claim insurance saar' & get on with it. Good to know that this was not the case here.
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True, but the service centre didn't pay the insurance premium, right? What if the owner had got only 3rd party insurance?

Also, even if the SC agrees to provide for the loss of NCB, it will be difficult to calculate the full monetary impact over the next years (as you know one can carry forward the NCB if one buys a new car).


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Thats wrong with claiming insurance? Isn't insurance meant to serve such incidents?
Yes insurance is for these kind of incidents.
But whose insurance.

If the car is damaged without the owner being responsible then why should the owner loose the NCB. The NCB does grow to be a sizable sum of money.

If the person/company who caused this has insurance they may claim it and loose there NCB or whatever. Let the person who caused it underatke responsibilty and pay up. Either using some insurance or out of their pocket.
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If the car is damaged without the owner being responsible then why should the owner loose the NCB. The NCB does grow to be a sizable sum of money.
If there are floods,you the owner claim insurance without you being responsible Mostly these establishments do have an insurance policy. so its not as if the owner of the place will pay out of his own pocket.
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Floods, earthquakes etc are called as Acts of God.
Since God does not bother to pay the bill and anyways his currency is no longer accepted by the majority of humans, we end up paying for it.

going OT.
lets drop this topic here.
If you want create a new thread for the same.
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Old 12th July 2008, 14:35   #97
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Rarely in life does the actual bill come lower than the estimate. Well, in this case, it has!! Auto Hangar just called and gave me a final bill amount of about 92,000. Thats like 50 grand lesser than their quote. I dont have the exact details but the car is going to be delivered early next week. Will check and update.

On the flip side, as some of you had predicted, the petrol pump is trying to squirm its way out of paying for damages. No sweat, we have our ways of getting what is due to us
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On the flip side, as some of you had predicted, the petrol pump is trying to squirm its way out of paying for damages. No sweat, we have our ways of getting what is due to us
I am all ears on this one.
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So when it's due to come back home?
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Old 12th July 2008, 17:05   #100
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Early next week, Rudra...I can hardly wait. Best part is, its not only the Benz which is coming home next week
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Listening and eagerly watching this space. Apart from the Benz what else is coming back home, GTO? Kill the suspense and let the cat out of the bag..
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Protective strip - Rs. 9170?
Weather strip - Rs 7714?
Deflective strip - Rs 3144?

Wonder what these are made of? Anyone knows the amount the manufacturer must be actually spending in manufacturing/sourcing these?
We manufacture Weather Strips and Protective Strips. Not for Automobiles though...but using the same raw materials and design basics

The absolute best quality is usually sold for Rs. 350/kg by manufacturers....

Being Benz parts, I am sure they are the best design and quality that man can make
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Hello GTO, Did i miss your new merc on a seperate thread? And also the pump's ways of washing its hands off? was it resolved?
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Hey, The Benz is back as good as new. The repair job is fantastic, even I'd be hard pressed to tell the difference. Only if you look real close can you tell that the paint looks newer and is devoid of any scratches, which you will find on the rest of the car.

WRT the petrol pump, they did come back on track. Sorry, but cant disclose any more publicly with relevance to the payment issue.
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Good to hear the Benz is as good as before.
Time to close this thread?
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