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# 175027 15-Jun-2015 00:20
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So a few weeks ago I had to hit the brakes pretty hard and a water bottle flew through from the back and smashed into the in-built screen of the dash. Result is now the screen is broken. It's really not that much of a big deal, I just mostly miss the reversing camera and my car wishing me a good day or night when I turned it off. But I would love to get it fixed. 

Im not even going to bother taking it into Lexus / Toyota as I already assume they will want an absurd amount to fix it. But does anybody know of anywhere good / reliable to take it into to have a quick look at it? Location isnt actually too much of a big deal as I travel as far south as Dunedin a couple of times a year for work, but I'm mostly around Auckland. Car is a Lexus IS 250 if it helps :)

Cheers

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  # 1324676 15-Jun-2015 00:46
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Make an insurance claim.




Location: Dunedin

 




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  # 1324680 15-Jun-2015 03:08
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I would, but its technically my work car. And if I do it will be a huge hassle, and also means I wont get my quarterly bonus. 

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