A few weeks ago, we had a freak hail storm that damaged both my car and my husband's.
Some folks north of us had broken windshields and humongous dents. We were lucky - we've got "dimples" that you can see if you're at the right angle. They're mostly on the hood and roof, with a couple on the quarter panels and back door. A few are "quarter" size; most are "dime" size.
We did file claims for both cars with State Farm. We have a $0 deductible on our comp coverage (which tells me I have probably been overpaying for my comp coverage...) I had my inspection done the other day and walked out with a check for $2300. It's now my responsibility to find a body shop that will do the work for that price.
Or not, I suppose.
Both cars are pretty new (pre-MMM, really not looking for face punches!). I've got a 2013 Honda CR-V with 6K miles; he's got a 2012 Honda Crosstour with 20K miles. We plan to drive these cars for a minimum of ten years, and probably, post-MMM, even longer.
What do you think? Is it worth it to do the cosmetic repair?