Alltrack Back from a Month of Repairs

It took one month exactly from dropoff to pickup. The bill was an eye-watering $12,570! Of course, I didn’t have to pay a dime of that because the motorist who hit my Alltrack was insured, and her insurance company covered it.

The final invoice detail document runs six pages. See my previous post that shows my Alltrack’s damage from the collision. Keep in mind this was a low-speed parking lot hit, not a traffic hit. It doesn’t take much to crank the repair bill up over ten grand(!).

I wish they’d have totaled it out, honestly. I’d have gotten a check for around $15k and gone straight to Emich VW where I got this Alltrack and bought a 2019 Alltrack, which they (might) still have on the lot.

I’d have gotten a manual transmission again, no question. Ideally, it would have been a white over (again) Marrakesh brown interior.

Brian at Hampden Auto Body was my rep, and he was good. If you’re in Denver, I recommend them. They’re at 2801 W. Hampden Avenue, Englewood, CO 80110 (303) 761-0677.

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