hi guys It seems it's not my luck recently with my car: Having a holiday in Poole this week , fantastic time with my son doing some crab catching at the edge of the harbour. Parked my car earlier in a multi storey car park.. The high street shops car park to be precise. Pretty empty with over 100 spaces available , I park deliberately next to a pillar so chances are less of anyone damaging my car by parking too close.. Effectively limiting that risk to only one side of the car.. Get back in time to see that a small red car had decided to park next to me even though loads of other spaces available, I still can't understand why.. To Make matters worse it's an elderly couple - 80 or so - male driving in front. My concerns grow as he had parked far too close to my car and my mind starts imagining the ways he has tried to get in and out of the car along with his wife who was sitting in the back.. On the same side... They where just reversing out of their space as I arrive , as they drove off I immediately checked and lone behold not just once chip, four to five on the rear passenger side door.. Absolutely fuming... They have I imaging repeatedly knocked my door trying both of them to get out in a confined space. Why didn't you just park in a space with another space next to it - arghhhhh have asked for cctv from the car park - doubt it will get anywhere. Are chips away any good ? Please tell me they blend th paint work and don't just dab a bit of touch up over the marks as that looks even worse in my opinion. I can see myself calling the. When back from holiday ... I just give up trying to park sensibly nowadays when it happens regardless... Have decided not to fume and enjoy the rest of my holiday... it goes to show it doesn't matter if the driver is 18 or 80, they can still be careless and completely selfish !?!!@s with a complete disregard for other people's property. I'll end up paying for it... It should come out of either his pension or insurance but I didn't get the plate of the car... - - - Updated - - - Apologies for the grammar and spelling errors above - had a large glass of wine to mellow my mood!!