I recently was reversing and I rear ended a tree. I heard a cracking noise but there's no real damage on bumper. Only problems I see are miss aligned bumper (no longer an inch away from fender on the side), and a crack in paint around 3-4inches long. How much is it going to cost to fix this?

Asked by Jul 02, 2013 at 06:31 AM about the 2012 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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299,745

Hard to tell without looking at it. Get some estimates from some local body shops. Sounds like you bent something. So there is likely some other damage you might not see. The paint will be the most expensive as the whole area or panel will need painting.

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You have a big bad 4WD Toyota truck- isn't it spos'ta have some battle scars? Or do you want it lookin' like a Cowboy Cadillac? Save some money on the paint work- use the money to go buy hammers and pickaxes and shovels and barbed wire- throw 'em in the back and scratch up the bed a little bit- let the beast live like a TRUCK- and what about the poor tree?

28,745

I kinda feel sorry for the tree (and NO, I'm not a tree hugger!)...BUT, it was just sitting minding its own business and silently screamed "Ohhhh Noooo!" Just kidding :) Accidents DO happen! Maybe if we could see some pics, we'd have a better idea of the damage, but an estimate will reveal all.

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