This is way off topic, but I have a feeling I'm going to need to rant about this for weeks to come... and where better to do that but here?
I have a 2000 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS. I got it at the end of November 1999. In early April 2000, I got hit pretty hard by someone that fell asleep and crossed the double-yellow. He hit my driver door at 45mph at a 45° angle. I had tried to swerve out of the way by going onto the shoulder, so when he hit me, it slammed my car into the guardrail. Not good. I walked away, but my car was messed up pretty good.
The car was taken to a body shop (I will refrain from mentioning their name). It took a little over 3 months to get all of the parts from Subaru, so the car sat, disassembled, for that time. Once all of the parts arrived, it took the shop another 3 months to put the car back together. When I got it back, I immediately had to give it back to them as one of the control arms was bent and the car was pulling to one side. The shop wouldn't take responsibility for this, so I had to pay to fix that out of pocket, which sucked. They had the car for another couple of weeks. In the end, they shop had the car for 6½ months. Luckily, the insurance company paid for a rental car for the first 5½ months of all of that.
Well, here we are 6½ years later. A few weeks ago, I noticed some interesting rust along the edge of the quarter panel where the trunk lid is. After further investigation, I found that the quarter panel is rusting from the inside out, and it's bad. I took the car to the dealer body shop this morning for an estimate. His immediate assessment was that the rust is a result of poor workmanship from when the car was repaired years ago. He also found rust in the door jamb where the quarter panel starts. He advised me to contact the insurance company that paid for the repairs because they should be liable for this problem.
So, when I get home, I will be looking up my claim number from the accident and contacting the insurance company (which will also remain nameless for the time being). But for some reason, I don't think they are going to willingly and happily pay for the rust problems to be fixed. So I'm expecting this to be quite the battle.