Your are so lucky that she had insurance, and admitted fault. Glad to hear it is getting fixed.
Thanks for the tip. I sure don't want my bike totaled. I wont fix a thing until I get the money first.Sorry to hear, same thing happened to me last year. It was a b!itch to deal with but ended up getting 3K out of the deal. After you get a quote, they will prob send an adjuster over to double check the damage.
Make sure you tell the guy that it is ALL cosmetic damage and there is no need to TOTAL it. Also make sure that you do not do any work to the bike until you have the insurance check in your hand. I fixed up one of my fairings after the dealer quote but before the adjuster came, so i lost out on about $500.
They told me an adjuster came to the dealer to check on it but they didnt, im sure they play games all the time like that. Just make sure you get that check BEFORE you do anything.
I hate you...Take her money - She has allot insurance and they will pay for everything ... Keep the old parts though - You can sale on Ebay or something
Actually, most of the time, the insurance keeps the bike to sell to salvage to help recoup some of their losses.Take her money - She has allot insurance and they will pay for everything ... Keep the old parts though - You can sale on Ebay or something
Actually most of the time they end up over here in Eastern Europe and elsewhere in the world. They basically sell them outside of north america when they are in relatively recuperable condition. A lot of people here get their bikes from insurance auctions for non-american sale of totaled vehicles. Super cheap too even after including shipping!!Actually, most of the time, the insurance keeps the bike to sell to salvage to help recoup some of their losses.
DesertRat, get yourself an 08 R6, man. You know you want to.