It happened the other day. Had parked my car at the city parking lot. Some one backed in to my RAV and destroyed the bumper and the parking sensor. There were scratches on the wheel cover too. The bumper cracked and the parking sensor flew out. All this to the car that was standing still-parked! If the other person had a parking sensor in their car this would never had happened. The person in question was decent enough to wait for my arrival (most I gather run from the site after an accident!) and acknowledged that it was her fault. Toyota workshop has been consulted and they are going to change the bumper and install new sets of Toyota's original parking sensors. (I'lll have to live with their blo--y original sensors, won't I ). Then they are going to repaint the scratched parts and the sensors to match the colour. The costs will be covered by the other person's insurance company which happens to be the same as my insurance company. Total repair time one week! It took me only a day to fit those diy sensors! Boy the workshop is certainly going to benefit from this accident. The insurance company never loses, they just increase the premium, first the other persons and gradually for all its members. So the real losers are customers. But that is a different thread alltogether!