I was curious if anyone knew if the “mileage in” recorded on the estimate for vehicle repair after a accident needed to be accurate on paper?
I’m asking because recently I was involved in a accident, where I was not at fault. It has been hectic dealing with insurance as it is. On my initial estimate document from the collision shop it has my accurate mileage listed for my car and then on another estimate document that has came through it has a significantly lesser mileage listed. The difference being roughly around 33,000 less.
Does this make a difference as far as what is being reported since insurance has to determine if they would total a vehicle or not based on the ACV, or should I not worry about it ?