I've just had my daily driver Mondeo written off after someone drove into the back of it. Relatively low speed and on first inspection you would think it needed a new back bumper and a few pieces of trim. The other side's insurers accepted full responsibility so it seemed like being a case of getting it booked into the body shop and sorting out a rental. However, it turned out that the boot floor was badly creased and to cut the story short, it was an economic write-off. A shame as it was a really nice car, still driveable and with everything still working as it should.
So, I awaited the