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Prices are going to vary depending on local labor rates and labor rates of different shops, but I can get you a ball park estimate
Assuming there is no damage to any of the other components at all (which it sounds like is the case)
I was in a rental car in Oklahoma City - so a ballpart is all I need!
The front bumper cover is approximately 200 dollars
paint supplies and labor, I would guesstimate anywhere from another 200-400 dollars (roughly)
Gee - guess I will have to work another 2 hours today! That is very good new!
It's not a crazy expensive repair, but depending on the body shop used will affect the overall price more than anything
obviously maaco would be a lot cheaper than a dealership body shop
I am happy with the info! I will dog them about repair costs... thanks!
Depending on what your insurance deductible is, may or may not be worth reporting