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My car was hit in an accident. The insurance company of the person who hit me is paying for everything. The estimate for the body damage to the passenger side doors and front bumpers seemed pretty high - close to $3,000! But as I said, the other insurance company is paying it without a fuss. Also, the repairs are scheduled to take nine days! Of course, the body shop is affiliated with a Chevy dealer, and labor makes up the majority of the cost. Does this seem reasonable? I

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com They will be replacing the doors and bumpers and these costs are in line with replacement. Good thing the person who hit you has insurance!

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