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    I should also ask...

    Who do you think I was in this scenario and what do you think I did?

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    Doubt you were the one who drove off.

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    I think you were the person who saw your car be hit by a neighbours car and you went out to talk to them and they drove off?

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    I wouldnt drive off without checking,
    1- its illegal 2- if you have left and NOT checked and taken photos and exchanged details they could claim to their insurance for any matter of things they wanted fixed 3- its wrong, no matter how much of a hurry youre in you get out, check the car, exchange details then move on,

    If no one was home I'd pop a note in the mail box

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    I think you were the person who saw your car be hit by a neighbours car and you went out to talk to them and they drove off?
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    C: I'd get out and talk to the neighbour, give her my insurance details etc rather than just apologise quickly and take off.

    B: I'd rush out to see what was going on, and I'd be shocked if they'd just driven off! Especially since I saw them and they are my neighbour!

    In this scenario I'm guessing that you were the neighbour who saw them and they just drove off?

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    Good to know some think so highly of me

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    Default WWYD? Hitting a car and neighborly relations

    Well...

    This morning I was opening our windows and saw our neighbor across the road running back an forth to his car that he had squeezed in front of mine, I was parked in a spot between two driveways that are never used so in actuality I should have been in the safest spot on our street.

    Anyways, he hopped in the car and reversed straight into mine. As he was doing it I actually thought 'he's going to hit my car' and then sure enough I see my car lurch back as it's bumped. I start waving from the window, signaling that he hit our car. He definitely saw me because he made a gesture back. I ran out to check, expecting he'd be out of his car checking as well and at least apologizing. But he was gone!!

    It was dark so I couldn't really tell if there was damage, I knew it was probably unlikely that it'd be anything serious but it was a new car, we just got it before Christmas.

    I ran to their front door and knocked. His wife answered and I told her what happened. She was obviously in a hurry as well and seemed annoyed at me and him. She asked what number house I was in and asked me to come back tonight when their kids are in bed. I'm pretty over it now, I don't think there's damage but I'll get DH's opinion on a couple scratches, but I'm kind of like WTF? Why is it my responsibility to have to come over both times to address this?
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    I'd do B, just to show the neighbors I've checked and it's fine 😉

    If I was the neighbor Id do A but I'm pretty relaxed with cars. Bumpers are there for a reason 😁

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    Just plain rude!


 

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