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Hi,

my neighbour has hit my van and damaged my bodywork, and I had to buy a new light.

 

My local garage can do the work Wednesday (650.00 costs), but the neighbour's insurance can not approve the quote for weeks.

 

Offered a hire van, but this would mean two vans parked outside the home until the repair was authorised, which would be inconvenient, to say the least, and annoy my neighbours as parking is difficult.

 

I just want to repair the light and get my van on the road, as bodywork can wait, but not sure if this will upset the insurance claim.

 

It is ridiculous to hire a van for the sake of light I can easily replace myself.

 

Any thoughts !

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put the new light on now.

swap it back when the van goes in?

 

dx

 

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Agree with dx.  Take photos of the damage from all angles.   And then put the new light on, to keep the van running.   You would be doing the Insurance company a favour, by trying to keep costs to a minimum, by avoiding van hire.

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