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Well long story short, i had an accident yesterday. Tried to move out of someones way and i wasn't able to see the cement pole sticking out of the ground. I made a thread about this on a chevy message board i go to and everyone over there seems to agree on about $4,000 in repairs. Im still waiting on the estimates from the garage though so nothing is for sure yet. I just dont know if i should turn this in to my insurance company. While i really dont want to pay for repairs myself, i also dont want it to raise my rates. Im 22 years old and got my first and only ticket for speeding a couple months back but i didnt get any points on my license. Other then that, my record is clean. I was thinking about calling them and asking but im worried that alone would give then enough of an excuse to raise my rates. What do you guys think?