I will start with… Some people should not have money!
Okey… this is how the story goes. Certain Ms. Jessica Liu a resident of Richmond, British Columbia decided to splash her cash on a used 2013 Aston Martin DB9 Centenary Edition. She paid something over $150.000 for the car.
She only drove few kilometers before she wrecked the car by hitting a large stone. The cause of the accident is unknown but in this case, it doesn’t even matter. Ms. Liu had only basic insurance coverage and with that in mind you can only guess what happened next!
The car she bought, the DB9 is one of only 100 ever made. For such rare car you can only image how much it cost to repair it. IN this particular care the repair bill totals $100.292.
After hearing about the repair bill Jessica Liu went on a rant and wrote an email to Richmond News that she doesn’t trust the car, she doesn’t trust the dealer and the auto-shop’s invoice and that she wouldn’t pay a cent! The reference for not trusting the auto-shop comes from the fact that she found a shop that would do the repairs for only $7597 or less.
The problem in this is that… this shop needs to be approved by Aston Martin to purchase and install the new parts.
Ironically enough, in addition to the repair costs Jessica Liu needs to pay $13.646 for storage fees because the auto-shop that has the wrecked car charges $151 per day. So Ms. Jessica Liu better find a solution for this… I think she bit off more than she can chew!
What do you think?