I should be getting my truck back from the body shop tomorrow evening. At least, I hope I do. The rental I've had this week is a 2003 Chevy Silverado 4x4 with the 5.7(?)L V-8. It has tons of power and will pass everything on the highway but a gas pump. I've had this truck since Tuesday, and by the time I turn it in tomorrow, I will have put in $30.00 worth of gas. But no only is it a gas-hog, it doesn't ride nearly as nice as my Explorer does - which is 4 years older. Also, to me the seats aren't as comfortable as those in my Explorer. But anyways, I didn't mean to rant about the rental I was given. Actually I wanted to fill everyone in about the aftermath of the wreck. First off, the estimate for fixing my truck came out to $999.54; that includes repairing the driver's-side frame rail where the trailer hitch mounts, replacing the rear bumper and cover, replacing the trailer hitch, and replacing a cracked piece of plastic on the passenger side rear quarterpanel. There was no paint work necessary because there wasn't any sheet metal damage. Now here is the kicker about the wreck itself. Not only did the girl who hit me not have any insurance, she also didn't have a driver's license. I'm contacting a lawyer tomorrow to find out if I have a case for a lawsuit.