"I heard a bang and I looked out and the lamppost was lying on the floor but it had snapped in half. It had slid down the side of my car.
"It damaged the back of the roof and it smashed a window and scratched the frame."
She said the grass cutter, an employee of firm CGM (Commercial Grounds Maintenance and Garden Services for Norfolk Suffolk and Cambridgeshire), had driven into the lamppost causing it to fall.
Miss Carrington, a student, said the car, which is 11-years-old, had just passed its MOT, adding: "I bought it myself out of my savings.
"I was really angry. We had to ring the number on the lamppost as wires were hanging out and it was still sparking."
Insurance will cover the cost of the car, which was worth less than the repair bill. http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/Teen-passes-test-then-lamppost-crashes-down-on-car.htm -via Arbroath