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Unread 03-02-2002, 11:09 PM   #1
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Rolled the Liberty

..Well people the Liberty is got my vote for the best car of the year. I went over a five foot drop and rolled it three times. With four 3 other people in it and not a scratch. It rolled over and back on its wheels.they had to tow it out and I put a spare on and drove it home it all works. But its going to be about 5,000 dollars in damage to the outside. But we all had our belts on and it saved our lives. But just wanted to let everone know. That it is a true safe car .

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Unread 03-03-2002, 03:42 PM   #2
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Glad to hear you're safe, but please, it's not a car.
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Unread 03-03-2002, 07:59 PM   #3
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..Well people the Liberty is got my vote for the best car of the year. I went over a five foot drop and rolled it three times. With four 3 other people in it and not a scratch. It rolled over and back on its wheels.they had to tow it out and I put a spare on and drove it home it all works. But its going to be about 5,000 dollars in damage to the outside. But we all had our belts on and it saved our lives. But just wanted to let everone know. That it is a true safe car .

I rolled mine off road. Passenger compartment held up great. I went over and down a 15' embankment. One long, slow rollover back on its feet. Changed the tire that came off the bead and wheeled for another 45 minutes. $7500.00 damage. Decided to get a two tone paint job. StoneWhite Limited that will now have the lower 1/4 painted a camel color ( kind of matches the taupe seats. I ordered some steel wheels with a different backspacing and had them powerdercoated along with my ORGS SuperNerf the same camel color. I am building a custom bumper with a winch built in and powdercoating it camel also. I will be able to fit 32's with a 2" lift. Should be done around 3-30-02.
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Unread 03-04-2002, 06:34 AM   #4
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...$5000 damage...$7500 damage...
Any problems with the insurance companies covering damage inflicted while off-roading? I haven't checked my policy, but it sounds like the kind of thing they'd want to know about in advance so that they could "adjust" their rates.
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Unread 03-14-2002, 01:23 AM   #5
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Glad to hear no one got hurt. Please post pictures!
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Unread 03-21-2002, 01:58 PM   #6
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i'm glad to hear everyone was alright, i was just wondering, what was damaged in the rollover, what i mean, is like what had to be fixed? i'm just wondering
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Unread 03-21-2002, 02:58 PM   #7
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D@g, in response to your insurance question - Collision coverage covers both collision and upset, which would take care of any damage or rollover you might have. However, some auto policies can deny coverage if; a)you're engaged in a race or competition, or b) you INTENTIONALLY caused the damage to your property. They could argue that your choice to run the Rubicon, and your understanding that it could result in a rollover, implies an intentional act. It all depends on how the insurance company chooses to view the damage.

You may want to call your insurance company and ask them (anonomously!) the exact exclusions that would apply to collision coverage.

Oh, and insurance companies should already have the rates adjusted for a Jeep. We pay more. Fact of life. It sucks.

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