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  1. upto the eyeballs - Thanks for your advice. I managed to get hold of a guy at the council parking section who has dealt with a number of this type of incidents before. Apparently this is a big problem for them and they are in the process of getting warning signs put up and painting the different floor level in black and yellow stripes where the surface of the floor changes (as at present they are indeed the same colour). They have agreed they are liable for the damage and my insurance company confirmed it on Friday. Also, I was able to remove the front undertray without too much trouble despit
  2. Flyingdoc - Prior to this experience I would have assumed that there is a duty on part of the car park owners to ensure that their parking bays are safe to use in the same way that they shouldn't be allowed to build sticking-up nails into a parking bay. Mossycat - I did not hit an "object", I am talking about a variance in the height of the road surface and as Flyingdoc suggests, it isn't possible to see this discrepancy in a dark car park. The party responsible for causing the damage is the council who owns an unsafe car park. I suppose you think that councils aren't liable for pothole,
  3. I had the misfortune of parking my car in Woking's "Shoppers" multi-story car park whilst doing Christmas shopping. As I pulled forward into a parking bay, I heard a horrible sound and got out to see that there was an elevated, unmarked concrete step forming part of the actual parking bay, invisible from the driver's point of view, that had damaged the front underside of my car. It was impossible to position the car within the parking bay without driving over this unmarked step. I contacted my insurer, NFU Mutual, who said that Woking Council would in all likelihood dispute their liability for
  4. I had the misfortune of parking my car in Woking's "Shoppers" multi-story car park whilst doing Christmas shopping. As I pulled forward into a parking bay, I heard a horrible sound and got out to see that there was an elevated, unmarked concrete step forming part of the actual parking bay, invisible from the driver's point of view, that had damaged the front underside of my car. It was impossible to position the car within the parking bay without driving over this unmarked step. I contacted my insurer, NFU Mutual, who said that Woking Council would in all likelihood dispute their liability for
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