Someone hit my parked car, which damaged a large part of it. The traffic police attended the site of the accident, and that driver was 100% at fault, because he was speeding. When I asked the traffic police for advice, they advised me to go to the claims adjuster office, and after the adjuster examined it, he stated in his report that its repair would be costly. He sent me to the manager of the car showrooms for an estimation of the car’s value, and it was evaluated by three showrooms; before the accident it would have been worth 35,000 riyals, and after the accident it was worth 14,000 riyals, so the difference was 21,000 riyals. These papers were then submitted to the traffic police, and in this case the person who caused the accident is obliged to pay this amount to me. The person who caused the accident contacted me and offered to repair the car for me, but I refused because it will never go back to the way it was, and its market value would drop because of this accident, so I decided to sell it for scrap. My question is: what is the ruling on accepting the compensation as worked out by the manager of the showrooms, which is 21,000 riyals? Please note that I bought this car approximately one and a half years ago for 26,000 riyals and I spent money on necessary repairs, nothing cosmetic, and I do not know what the market value of the car will be if I sell it for scrap.