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Q: Possible broken axle

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I was in an accident and now I think the axle is broken on the front right side of the car.

A: This vehicle needs to be towed to a body sh...

This vehicle needs to be towed to a body shop to evaluate repairs. Hopefully the damage is not extensive, but they are directly linked to insurance companies who can get you on the road again.

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