I Googled some more. Ah, The Good Guys have liner foil trays, 10 for $13. That will be fine with us. We went and bought and they work. They will last for several barbeques.
So simple and so cheap.
The car scrapes to be repaired. This one we have to pay excess for, about $650.
The insurance company judged this nearby dent as a separate accident, and so it was. Not sure why the panel beating company indicated it would be covered under the same claim as above. It wasn't and we would have to pay another insurance excess fee, so we are not going to fix it.
Bit hard to see, but the vandalism scratches on the bonnet are the worst thing. It seems we will only pay one excess fee for the mudguard damage and the bonnet scratch will be polished out for $88 cash in hand. Extraordinary. The car was supposed to be ready by Wednesday evening and R got as far as Flinders Street Station on the tram to collect the car, but then received a call to say they weren't happy with the finish and the car would not be ready until Thursday lunchtime. R takes Mother out on Thursday, so he will have to take the 'old bomb'. It will do it good to have a freeway run. It is my day off for the week, so I will collect the car from the panel beaters. R is very stressed by the experience with this panel beating company. That should not be so when you are with the RACV. If a customer experience form is not sent to fill in, then there will be feedback.