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The only reason I asked is........ by Ty Webb
the local GMC dealership here has done body work for my family in the past and fixed my wife's Infiniti when some old guy rammed her in a bowling alley parking lot last year. They do great work, are relatively inexpensive and guarantee their work. They are not a Geico sponsored repair shop (if you use one, they guarantee the work for life but this is a leased car) though.
So what will likely happen, according to the body shop guy at the GMC place, is the Geico estimator will likely cut me a check for a larger amount than what the body shop will charge me.
So I was curious