My husband and I have been so excited about getting ready to order parts for our '92 fox body, but it just couldn't go smoothly. We live about 15 minutes outside of Midland, Texas, and yesterday w were travelling on I-20 in our 2011 5.0 when I got sideswept and run off the road by an 18 wheeler ! Luckily we didn't get hurt, and didn't flip nor spin out into oncoming traffic, but damnit now we have more on our plate. What's most aggravating is that the driver of the 18 wheeler acted like he was going to exit and we thought he would come around, but all he did was take the exit and hightail it out of there!!!!! Now I understand you as the driver of a company vehicle, such an incident could be costly...but how the hell do you decide it's not your responsibility to pull over and at least make sure you didn't just kill two people!!! Anyway, now we're the ones that have to go through our insurance and figure this all out. I am sorry if this is really nothing worth threading about, just felt like venting, and right now it's 4 am so have to do it online. If I could ask for one piece of advice this would be great: We have a family member who is currently the service manager for an All American Chevy dealership who will help us out, but my question is should we take it there being that we know the car will be taken care of as far as not getting stuff stolen or what have you....or should we just take it to a Ford collision Center? We don't know what kind of unseen damage may have occurred to the suspension and what not, we just want to make sure this does not go overlooked.