Q: Hit a Curb 2016 Honda Accord

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I hit a curb tonight while turning left at about 15-20 mph... I just didn't see it and bam I hit it... I drove it about 2 miles home, but noticed it has alignment issues but made no weird noises...

My dad is pissed, but I have about 1k saved up.

Maybe Bent Control Rod? It is on left passenger side.

Any ideas on cost or issue?

My car has 16000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello - this task is best handled by a collision repair estimator at a reputable paint and body shop. S/he is trained to evaluate visible and not-so-visible damage, and the costs to repair. Contact a reputable paint and body shop in your area for an estimate and repair.

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