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  1. quietpeen

    quietpeen Administrator Staff Member

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    No because I turned off the Main road at the light
     
  2. SMOAK

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    Ya id chase with 911 on the line. Fyi.. get a dashcam
     
  3. quietpeen

    quietpeen Administrator Staff Member

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    In this case a dash cam would’t have done any good. In PA we don’t have front license plates and where I turned off there was no way to turn around to get back on main road to chase her
     
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    Sorry to hear this, hope the damage is not too bad.

    I learned the same lesson years ago. (Pre-cell phone days).
    pretty much the exact same scenario, except I did get out and the guy suggested we move to a parking lot, he took off.
    I tried to go after him, but traffic did not cooperate.

    Any type of accident at this point, I get out and immediately take a photo of the license plate(s) before doing anything else.
     
  5. quietpeen

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    Yea, there was definitely a lesson learned, and immediately taking a picture of the license plate is a good idea
     
  6. JohnnyDollar

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    FYI, as stories change, it's also a good idea to take a couple of photos immediately after the collision of the cars location and impact.

    My wife was parked in a parking lot, her car was not running and this girl just turned to tight and hit her.
    Private property, so the police did nothing, but my wife got her insurance info.
    a couple of days later, her insurance claimed they talked to her and she said my wife hit her.

    Luckily, my wife took photos, which we e-mailed to her insurance company and after they saw the damage and the position of the cars, they paid.
     

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