need an opinion because of an insurance issue.
I hit a bump in my car, about half a mile later it stopped, apparently seized.
Insurance have had it for a long time, and have had two separate experts look at it, but have now claimed it's an attempt at insurance fraud as a result of their findings.
They found the sump plug missing. They claim that there's nothing to show that this was related to the bump. I accept that there's probably not enough damage to conclude that, but here's my question:
How far could it have travelled without the plug? The oil drained into the undertray, and went everywhere, basically. I feel like a car drained like this wouldn't run very far at all.