ouch, that is a worst nightmare for me. whenever it storms really bad here (near chicago) i always get nervous if im out riding around. i've seen some hailstorms but those in that pic look pretty bad (
ya if my car was outside like that i would run out and put layers and layers of blankets or somthing on it, maybe just lay on it myself? just lay there and take teh pain, i would heal but my car would'nt.
ya that "god" has a lot of explaining to do about how he treats some of our cars.
You've probably got several small dents that can be poped out with a suction cup dent remover. I doubt very much that insurance would cover anything more than that and an auto body shop will charge you hundreds for something that would cost you about $20. Look online for such a dent removal tool or ask at your local auto supply store.
Hopefully none of the hail stones chipped the car's paint. If so then you might as well go the professional body shop route since you'll need a paint job.
I called my insurance today... I'm covered! I'm glad I am because when the water went off the car, the real damages are easier to see.... at least 30 bumps everywhere... I called a few bodyshop and they told me it can cost up to 2000$ because we will probably have to change the hood, the top and the trunk door for brand new one...
Anyway, I'll see with the dealership on monday, I will let them do the job, I think they are the right ones to deal with, especially if I have to change some body parts...
Yeah, it would be possible to take my car away... But: What if I drive in the same direction as the storm... Instead of 10 minutes of damage, it can be 20 or 30 minutes! And what about if the speed of the car do more damage? I don't know about that lol...
Anyway! At least I'll have a brand new paint on my car...!
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