DW just called me & said she hit a truck while turning at an intersection,tearing her right passenger mirror off,now dangling by the wiring.The other driver of the big truck didn't see any damage to his vehicle & told her 'not to worry about it',then he drove off.No one was hurt.My wife had been in an accident a year ago.Our insurance rates didn't go up then,but would if another is reported.Should we report it to our insurance agent?I wouldn't report it. The passenger power mirror on my 2003 Toyota Camry was broke off similar to your mirror. I found a third-party mirror online that was painted the same as the car. The mirror was cheap (less than $200 IIRC) and easy to replace. I would either look for a third party mirror or an OEM mirror from a junk yard.Are you just tired of the Avalon? A six-year old Avalon with 113K miles is just getting broken in. If you make the other repairs, you should be able to drive another 90K miles. If I was in a need for a car right now, I'd look at it myself. Have you considered selling it yourself?
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