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scotchandcigar

arrogant bastard
Feb 13, 2009
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I was referring to auto. In Canada they don't charge you the deductible if it was the other drivers fault. But a $1K deductable is a big chunk of change.
When my last car was t-boned (with Mrs. Scotch at the helm), the other driver's insurance paid (no deductible). But like I said, it was a high-mileage car, so it cost some to replace it. However, the Mrs. also scraped a curb with her new Outback, causing a bubble in the sidewall, which required all 4 tires to be replaced. That's where the deductible makes it impractical to file a claim.
 
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JHDK

Release Robin's Bra
Oct 11, 2008
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I've spent a total of $52 since Sunday. I think that's pretty good. And it was all on groceries (and a Wawa hoagie).

If I can go a full week spending that much I will consider it a great success. I need to try to keep my spending down like this more often. While I do Disney as cheaply as possible, it does still add up. Plus all those miles on the RAV need to be taken into consideration.