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2003 mercedes E class avantgarde2003

I was rear ended at about 10 to 15mph what damage do I check for. Bumper trim has split

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Check that the boot lid sits right and does not slamming to close.. Check for space around the boot lid is even all the way around to determine if the panelling as been moved . Check the area around the bumper mounts and check for wrinkles and signs that normally flat sections are bent.. Check that the area where the bumper is close to the body that the paint has not been bruised or damaged.. Check tail light assemblies are still fitting correctly in the holes . Best have an experienced panel beater have an inspection as they are trained to spot blemishes from accidents.

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