A got into a vehicular accident with B due to the fault of the latter. The case could very well fall under the crime of Reckless Imprudence Resulting to Physical Injuries in addition to suit for collection of money, but A opted not to file a criminal case against B since such filing of criminal case against a churchmate would mean his dismissal from their church. Instead, A chose to file a case for collection of sum of money only based on their agreement that B will pay A for all the expenses incurred by reason of the accident except for the repair of the car since B will directly pay the same to the A’s insurance company. However, B refused to pay A for his travel expenses and meal allowances when he travels to the repair shop during his routine check-ups on the progress of the repair even after A insisted on B’s agreement to pay all the damages. Whose contention is correct? Is it B’s refusal to pay A’s expenses during routine check-ups or is it A’s insistence on B’s liability to pay for the expenses incurred by A? Explain your answer.