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Topic # 196488 2-Jun-2016 09:35
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So, I took my car for a warrant yesterday and they failed it due to a bent chassis.


I have had the car for 14 years and this has never been seen before.


I have a had 3 "collisions" in the car over the 14 years


  • 2x I have been rear ended at slow speed and had cosmetic damage to rear bumper, both fixed by insurance (8Years ago)
  • 1x My brakes failed while parked on a steep driveway and the car went slowly through a fence, again fixed by insurance (5 years ago)

What I want to know from someone more intelligent than me is can a chassis get bent with out a collision ie over time


If the only probable cause is a crash, would it be possible to go back to the insurance company and say they didn't fix it right the first time?











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  Reply # 1564037 2-Jun-2016 10:05
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Sounds like the car has had damage in one of those accidents that was never picked up previously.



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