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and I guess that's a decent argument... (more) (archive)

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Posted by MV on February 07, 2000 at 18:16:07:

In Reply to: Re: Did I miss something?---No, but it depends on. posted by RETRO on February 07, 2000 at 17:49:50:

...against verbally ripping the offender a new one. He/she would likely be less willing to cough up insurance info if you're on a verbal rampage. I know if I were the guilty party and the opposing driver went China Syndrome on me I'd be out of there as fast as I could get the car in reverse and disengage myself from the accident scene.

Just a thought...
: ....if the guy is a gentleman and admits to backing into your car, or if you have witnesses.
: No police will investigate personal property
: problems in garages. If one can get the name of
: the driver and his insurance company....that is
: the first step. 95% of people with insurance dont
: mind giving up his agent's name and address.
: One time my wife got her Honda rear bumper
: ripped off at a KMart parking lot and the driver
: was drunk but owned a body shop. Yes, he did fix
: the car very fast. Everyone should carry a
: disposable camera in the trunk and just photograph the driver and damage in question.
: -Sure helps down the road!

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