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Old 27th November 2010, 00:31   #16
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Thats a bad one, mate. But then as has been said earlier, these things happen. Good to see that you are unhurt as these dumper hits can get quite bad. Dont worry about the structural integrity at all. What happened to the cop thing? Just curious.
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Old 27th November 2010, 00:32   #17
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oh man, that is bad.
though the good thing is you are safe.
these truckers are seriously a major hazard especially ones running in a herd and trying to outrun each other
wish your car a speed recovery
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That looks bad. Which model is your car? 2008? Looks in mint condition

Sad and frustrated to see this.
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Old 27th November 2010, 02:12   #19
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Terrible!! Feel sorry for you and your car.
I am not able to digest the fact that truck driver got away without any hassle.
Probably you should have given a movie climax like chase and given him a beating of his life time.
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@Akshay - you've really got heart of steels!!! I simply cannot withstand reading that some moronic trucker did this to you & you let them all go!!!

If I were you, sorry to say, wouldn't even mind paying the cops to track down the guy who knocked, starting from the trucker whom you interacted at next signal.

Sorry Akshay, I simply cannot tolerate to see someone destroying other's property, especially when they're beloved ones!!!
Bro,i dont have a heart of steel,trust me my heart was bleeding when this all happened for no fault of mine.
Since,there were 4-5 Similar trucks,i was unable to note down the number of the culprit truck,as my car was facing the traffic,due to the impact.
and bumper was stuck,so i was unable to drive the car properly.
I noted down,the number of one of those trucks,and when the cops came,they were drunk.
I had an altercation with them,as they refused to file any report.
So,i dropped the idea,as i was already more worried about the car.
@dreamcatcher,its 06 not an 08.
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Old 27th November 2010, 13:38   #21
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Buddy my heart goes out for you,my civic had an accident in the same way

few months back.The entire RHS rear panel was replaced.Will post the pics

tom.:*(
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Accident + WIP pictures.
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Old 27th November 2010, 17:23   #22
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Ohh,thats bad.
It would have hurt more,as the car would have been new at the time of the Accident.
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Old 27th November 2010, 17:39   #23
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Bro,i dont have a heart of steel,trust me my heart was bleeding when this all happened for no fault of mine.
Obviously!!!

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I noted down,the number of one of those trucks,and when the cops came,they were drunk
Add for me!!!

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I had an altercation with them,as they refused to file any report.
Morons!!! Don't want to do their job; now days, no one is filing cases for simple accident cases. But Chennai is far better regarding this. 2 years ago, I filed a petty incident like this where someone did a negligient riding, due to which I fell of the road. But too much of red tapism is playing in form of proofs!!!

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.Accident + WIP pictures.
Its hurting to see!!!

Verdict - Its better to hit someone & run to police station rather than getting hit in this country. Has anyone noticed? These days, ppl talk as if these things are very common & don't care for minor scratches & dents. If one makes a big fuss, others advice saying these are common in everyday life & shouldn't take these seriously!!! 5 years from now, God only save this country!!!
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Ohh,thats bad.
It would have hurt more,as the car would have been new at the time of the Accident.
Yeah dude,it was like 6months old.

Any updates?
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Baap re! Thats aweful. I can't empathize with you guys as I simple don't know the pain you guys must be going through due to no fault of yours. Really sad man. Heres wishing the cars a speedy recovery.
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OMG! Its heartwrenching to see your vehicle damaged and hard to believe it is the one I clicked in 2009. Do post the pictures after repair.
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Old 7th April 2012, 00:32   #27
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OMG! Its heartwrenching to see your vehicle damaged and hard to believe it is the one I clicked in 2009. Do post the pictures after repair.
Buddy,the car was repaired to perfect condition,and now its sold

Mod Note : Closing thread as the incident is old & the car has been sold.

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