Came home late Friday night to find a note on my wifes A3TS saying "Do Not Drive". A kind neighbour had heard a van/truck hack down our road and smash into our A3, then drive off before they had time to rush out the front and get a reg no. The really wierd thing is that, despite hitting the car so hard it pushed it 4 feet backwards and up onto next doors tow bar, as well as slamming it against the kerb, there is no bodywork damage apart from a very light scrape on the bumper. However, if you look at the wheels below, one is on full lock while the other is practically straight. Now we assumed the car had been left on full lock and the van had caught the wheel sticking out, but when they came today to pick the car up it became apparent that the wheels had been straight and it was the force of the collision that had forced the wheel into full lock by bending the steering arm into practically a right angle. So my question is this, how the hell could a van hit the front wheel/tyre that hard without touching the bodywork, when the wheels were practically straight? I'm sure the insurance company are gonna think we've made it up.