My point is this would be normal wear and tear after 10 years not 10 weeks. Huge, huge difference. If you canít see that then I canít help you.
"If you no longer go for a gap that exists, you're no longer a racing driver."
Could be worse - our last house had about 2 dozen white pines around/over the driveway. Sap is probably the worst thing I can think of when it comes to parking under trees.
There is a range of performance and there are too many variables at play when it comes to impact damage. Even when Saturn made a big deal about their plastic body panels in the 1990s, they didnít warranty body damage caused by impacts. Thatís considered wear and tear and has always been the responsibility of the vehicle owner. Similarly, most manufacturers donít warranty OEM tires, brake pads or clutches that wear out quickly. This situation is akin to blaming the manufacturer for a cracked windshield when the driver was following a dump truck too closely.
Last edited by freedomgli; 09-20-2020 at 08:19 AM.