Got in the car this morning to set off for work hoping for a good day and the first thing I have to do is maneuvre to get out of where I'm parked at the house around 5 other cars, one in front of me with just enough space for me to go past, one to my right so no problem there and to my left some railway sleepers used to make some rather large plant pots. I'm already parked on a bit of a slope which means scraping the splitter on the way down but today was different... No scraping sound of the splitter on the floor so I thought this was a bonus but then... scraping... not the splitter. I hadn't given myself enough room to turn left passed the sleepers and caught the bottom sill of my passenger door on the corner of one of the sleepers which ripped off the strip like panel just above it, (don't know what else to call it). So the dilemma is... The strip is a bit bent which I can hopefully straighten out but the sill is dented in and I'm wondering is there anyway this can be pushed back out? (Maybe a hammer and a block from behind). My omly worry is that with it being the sill, can I gain access to it or should I bite the bullet and take it to a bodyshop when funds allow? (Bit skint now after replacing turbo with genuine Garrett and also the freewheel pulley along with MOT and tax). Thanks for reading.