Popular Post Kirby Posted February 16, 2020 Popular Post Share #1 Posted February 16, 2020 I took an early flight home from North Carolina a few weeks ago so that I'd have most of the day to unpack, do laundry and get ready for work the next day. But much to my annoyance, my car got rear ended while I was driving home. The young guy who hit me was very sweet and apologetic, and I felt bad for him, but it was frustrating to have all my plans change so quickly. My fender was banged up and hanging off, and his air bag went off, but nobody appeared hurt which was good. The accident happened not too far from the dealer I've used for service, so I drove there and they arranged to send it to their body shop. I got a rental car and was on my way, but hours after I'd planned. I've had the rental for the last three weeks and it's always a bit unnerving because I'm not used to where all the controls are and how things are set up. Plus I didn't want to get too comfortable and leave a lot of things in the rental, so I put the garage opener in my purse. Much to my dismay, on two different days, I thought I forgot to close the garage and woke up with having left the garage door up all night . It's unnerving because who knows what animals wandered in, but also because the door to the house was unlocked all night. I finally realized that when I had the garage opener in my purse, it would get jostled around and ended up opening the garage door. Once I realized that, I was careful and double checked the garage each night. I got my car back yesterday, and I'm glad that the insurance company was actually pretty easy to deal with. The rental was probably better (certainly newer) than my car, but it's nice to be back with all my own stuff. 6 1 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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