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Old 10-24-2008, 09:49 PM   #21
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Not suprised with the estimate myself. Are you going to go through insurance?
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I live in Wv, up in the mountains..I see plenty of them, and there is sometimes no way to avoid them. Will your insurance go up?

PS. I have an 02 SS Camero and to get to my house is nothing but winding, hilly roads so I feel your pain! I guess I am lucky because all I have to avoid are the Northern Va folks.....a heck of a lot more of them than deer....Actually, I had 2 of them (NOVA drivers) slam me in the back end about a year apart!!!! GRRRR....
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I live in Wv, up in the mountains..I see plenty of them, and there is sometimes no way to avoid them. Will your insurance go up?

PS. I have an 02 SS Camero and to get to my house is nothing but winding, hilly roads so I feel your pain! I guess I am lucky because all I have to avoid are the Northern Va folks.....a heck of a lot more of them than deer....Actually, I had 2 of them (NOVA drivers) slam me in the back end about a year apart!!!! GRRRR....
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Get a brush guard for your Camaro and next time step on the gas!
lmao.....brush guard!!!


that just brought back fond memories of "mad-max".
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