As some may already know, I love my Mustang. Last summer, 3 weeks after I bought it brand new, some arse-hat hit it in the parking lot of my apartment building. They took out the front driver's-side fender and bumper. My car was repaired at the dealership, and life moved on. I checked with my apartment building, and of course they have no cameras covering the parking lot. And, of course, no note was left. Well, this morning, I found damage to the driver's side rear quarter panel. It is a clear hit from a metal truck/van bumper, painted white. This is the exact same type of damage from the first time, but the damage is not as severe. Again, no note....not that I had any expectation of finding any. I am from Michigan, we are "car people". I take very good care of my vehicle. I park far, faaar out in parking lots, find places to park away from everyone else, do everything in my power to ensure that my car does not get damaged. If I want to shop at a particular place, and I cannot find a safe place to park my car, I go somewhere else. Every time I head to my vehicle, I do a circle around my car looking for damage while it was parked. I am beyond furious. Most here will say "it's just a car", and "that's what insurance is for", but the car is never the same (the re-paint jobs are not as good as the factory), and there's always the possibility of my rates going up (they did not after the first time my car was hit). Not to mention the deductible money this will cost me (again). Is there any way my insurance company can put pressure on the owners of my apartment building to install cameras in the parking lot? Wouldn't it be in the best interests of the insurance companies to pressure the building's owners to help them hold these pricks accountable and responsible? FYI: The damage looks very similar to the damage from the first time my car was hit, while parked in almost the exact same spot. I have a sneaking suspicion that the culprit is the tow-truck company's vehicle that has been hired by the building management to tow-away any vehicle that doesn't have the apartment building's parking sticker.