This happened to mine one day. After driving around the district at work, fuming over where it could have possibly happened, the only spot it could have occurred was in the parking lot at work. On a whim, I went back into the office, and asked "did anybody happen to have hit my car yesterday?" The secretary said "I did, but I even got back out to check if there was damage?!" Upon taking her outside, it turns out she had been looking in the wrong area of the door. She paid for the damage in full, and quite honestly I felt bad giving her the bill. I got three estimates, but the prices were all comparable. So for this little "ding" the bill came to $1123. Amazing how that small damage amounted to 4% of the cost of the vehicle. Expected the sheet metal of a Jeep to be tougher, but I guess all motor vehicles use the same thin crud these days.
"Wha's a Jeep?"
"The Jeep's a magical dog and can disappear and things."
As his language is limited to the word "jeep,". He possesses high intelligence, so is able to help humans such as Popeye and Olive Oyl solve complex problems. He makes use of a limited form of teleportation: he can disappear from one place and reappear in another, and can walk through and on walls and ceilings. These teleportation powers are said to stem from the Jeep's ability to cross into the fourth dimension.