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Now you know why Renaults have a high safety rating albeit an expensive experience. I hope no-one was injured in the incident.
Apart from the air bags and belt tensioners have you had the vehicle inspected for other damage. It is not unusual for suspension or steering components to suffer in such an incident so in the interests of safety I suggest you get the car properly inspected. A registered body shop should be able to assist. There would be no point in fixing the obvious damage when there may be hidden damage elsewhere. Do you have fully comprehensive insurance and if so there is a high risk the vehicle may be a write-off.
Sadly modern motoring is no longer cheap
Currently in madnoel10's garage:
Honda Civic 1.4l