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I'm guessing that (a) the money to repair the car to its prior condition would be more than (b) the decrease in value caused by the collision. Otherwise, why would they offer this option? It is actually saving the insurance company some cash...and they are happy...Nickie is happy...I personally don't see anything wrong with it. I don't think the insurance company actually expects her to take the lower amount and get her vehicle fixed. This is not the first time I have heard of insurance companies doing this. JMHO
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