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Rear ended this morning by Termite truck

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I know there is a joke somewhere in that title, but I am not laughing yet.

Got rear ended while at a stop light this morning. Looks like the driver side bumperette took the brunt of the hit. Since it is easy to miss hidden damage, anyone out there have suggestions on what to look for? I noticed that it was a little harder to put it into second gear when shifting and I seem to hear more drivetrain whine than "normal" after the hit. My car is a C4 so I guess it would be affected more by a rear end jolt than C2's in terms of drivetrain. Of course I plan to take it to a shop to evaluate it. If anyone has recommendations for where to take it in the South San Francisco Bay Area, please let me know. -THANKS!

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sorry to hear. hope it gets resolved and she is better than pre-incident.

i always get perturbed when some teenage girl is tailgating me, chatting or texting on the phone, listening to music, in her $8000 neon. :cursing:

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