Well, here's me looking forward to meeting with ICBC on Friday AM.
Thanks to a crackhead in a stolen vehicle, who decided that he would be excessively sloppy when pulling out of his parking space this evening. He backed right across the lane, and into the back bumper of my less than 6 month old Mazda3, which was parked with me in it in one of the stalls across from him. F***! And then he takes off before I can get my hands around his scrawny little neck.
Thankfully, I have a witness, who saw the guy in the 7-11 buying munchies and thought he was a bit shady. Before I could back my car out and give chase, the witness was there offering me the license plate, description of the car, etc. so I let him go.
Delta Police (NOT Delta RCMP - There is no such thing) were very helpful getting the incident written up. Thanks to a Constable whose first name is Shawn (hope I spelled that right), I had everything taken care of in about an hour. Mind you, it might have been closer to half an hour if we didn't spend a lot of time talking about sportbikes after he saw the bcsportbikes.com sticker. He's looking for a 750cc-ish sportbike and has been on here a few times.
Let's hope it all goes just as smoothly on Friday when I go see ICBC. It should be a pretty straightforward hit-and-run case. Anyone have any suggestions for dealing with a hit-and-run?
Thankfully the damage is minor... There's about a football-sized spot on the corner where the bumper has been popped from convex to concave, and a bunch of scratches around it. At least that's all that's visible.
F***! Sorry, just had to say that again. I'm so annoyed.