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So i recently got into my second accident falling asleep behind the wheel. My previous accident last year resulted in $27,000 to fix my car but I think that was mechanics milking my insurance.
Does anyone have any idea how much it might cost to fix my car now and any ways I could save being this will be covered out of y own pockets this time.
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Aie, once airbags have been triggered, in France the car is wrecked, they don't bother repairing.
If you want to do it yourself, better try to find a donor's car, which has been rear ended.
Sad to see a Ghibli like this, hope you came out well from this crash.
 

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Front end, both fenders, hood, dashboard and steering wheel, maybe suspension components. Sorry to say, but this car is toast, especially after two wrecks. It's a shame because it was a gorgeous vehicle.
 

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The same in Australia as Fredvr indicated...once airbags deployed & that extent of damage the cars agreed value or replacement cost would be paid out to the owner. Then usually the insurance company sends the car to auction & recovers any $$$ they can. The car may be used for parts or someone may decide to rebuild it. If it is a rebuild the VIN # has already been placed on a register (by the insurance company) that the car has been previously 'written off' so it needs to meet all strict standards to register again & the resale value is a lot less than a vehicle of equivalent mileage & year. In theory yours could be fixed but if it is insured then I would take a pay out & look for another one. Glad to hear no one was hurt in the accident...good luck going forward.
 
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