I'm wondering if a bent frame, bent rear wheels, damaged rear fenders, bent rear fender support, bent rollcage, and possible bent rear a arms and spindles would be totaled out by the insurance agency?
I just had a damaged Maverick with a dealer repair estimate of $7,700. Got the check to repair it in less than a week. They didn't total anything. And my repair estimate included replacing the frame which wasn't even bent. The only damage to the frame was the torn out gusset.
Its always a good day when you are here to tell your story! Heres to a well built machine and safety gear! Glad you are ok.There was some traffic ahead of me as I was doing 50mph, came over a rise, and didn't notice the natural 2' whoops, rear end kicked, front skid plate dug in on the face of the second whoop, and did 2-3 forward flips. One of the times it touched down, it landed on the rear wheels with the front pointing to the sky. The upper a arms kinked the frame in at the mounts. Only me in the car, and absolutely no injuries, not even a stiff neck!