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|3rd February 2010, 10:49||#16|
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First of all, no vehicle is allowed on road without at least third party insurance. The dealer can not say that this car is not insured as its a TD car. In this case, if there was a casualty, who can settle the loss?
Secondly, if any car, having only 3rd party insurance met with an accident, the driver has to take the responsibility to repair the damages whether it be your friend's car or a dealers.
|3rd February 2010, 19:02||#17|
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Glad it all worked out in the end. Just for the record, and in case it helps others, you need only pay the difference (cost of repair LESS the amount taken care of by insurance. Basically, only depreciation on parts).
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