cruzad3r wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:07 pm
be honest, you were a "little" excited around them corners weren't you?
sawmill, hutch, merrit are widow makers to these low profie big wheels. but they do have some good curves in them road. regarding insurance , i say skip. you're end up paying for them with a claim record. recently an a$$hat hit me and disappear, can i claim, sure but decided not too.
Maybe it depends on which insurance company you use? Over a year ago, I rear-ended a bloody HUGE Toyota land cruiser thingy. The Toyota required a bumper 'repair and paint" - My Geico policy paid for that as well as that driver's medical bills for ER and physical therapy.
My car required a new bumper, new headlamp unit, new grill, hood adjustment to re-center it, new radiator support, and other incidentals that cost Geico about $5,000. Geico has renewed my policy twice since then (every 6 months). After my accident, it renewed in July 2018 and the 6-month premium was the same rate. It just renewed again in Jan this year and my six month premium increased by $18 more than the previous 6-month premium.