Poo, poo, poo. In battle of my car vs inanimate, immobile object, my car has come away with half it's arse hanging off! (well, bumper is decidedly squiffy with a split and detached on one side). buggararseshittybollocks.
Anyone able to give me ballpark on how financially painful it might be to get it sorted?
Do you know a garage who'd give you trustworthy advice on what would be needed to get it through an MOT and how much? Worth a go. For me, the excess was £300, so I decided not worth claiming and affecting my insurance premium.
This very much depends on what car you have. If it is slightly older and you think a local scrappy might have a bumper for you then you could be looking less than 100 to buy and however much it costs you to get fitted. If it is a newish car though you could be looking anything up to 700. (don't have a pound sign on laptop - sorry)