There's no probably about the write-off part.
Think of the full rrp of two new doors, new wing, new bonnet, inner door cards, trim pieces, dashboard trim, then add the labour to strip it all down to metal and straighten (or cut and weld in) the a and b pillars, the labour to put it back together and then the repaint.\
The assesor who saw my crashed Classic told me he'd stopped counting the cost of the damage at £6k!
I found a glass (or three) of a good red wine about three hours after the accident prevented any whiplash-type aches and pains the next day
A sorry sight,but glad to hear you are ok.
Having lived in SA for many years,the correct method of negotiating an traffic light or Robot controlled intersection is to stop on the green light and drive through on the red light.Hope you didnt make the mistake of stopping on the red! :think: :doh:
What a terrible loss... :shock:. I can't imagine what I would do if mine got totaled. All the work I've put into it! I don't even want to think about the possibility. Glad to hear your alright. Just out of curiosity, how fast was the other vehicle going when it hit you? I would also love to see what the other car looks like (probably unrecognizable :? ).