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  1. Your only option is to offer a settlement before they notify the insurance company, and hope they accept it. That's the deadline, nothing you or anyone else can do after that. Once an insurance company (theirs or yours) is notified of that accident, it's on the record...

    7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/10/2019

  2. Your insurance company will pay the woman's claim. You don't have to do anything more. They will require her to sign a release stating she has no injuries, and they will instruct her to get an estimate, and to give them the name of the shop that is...

    13 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/09/2018

  3. ...farm somewhere and I was driving 3 kids around in a luxury SUV. You can't find out who now owns your old vehicle, not anymore...

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/05/2018

  4. Your next step is to get a repair estimate from an insurance adjuster from your insurer. The next step after that is to get the car repaired and (hopefully) paid for by your insurance company (minus the deductible) if you have collision coverage. If you don't have...

    10 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/12/2017

  5. your fault always when you rear end someone you say you were far enough back because of weather conditions, your accident says you were wrong with your distance you thought was enough

    19 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/11/2017

  6. $0.00. For a reason. You are employed as a NANNY. NOT AS A chauffeur. . The owner of the vehicle can say he cracked the tail light himself. That falls on the owner's insurance. It might be within the...

    10 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/08/2017

  7. Did you take a picture of the damage (or lack of damage) . If he reports it and makes a claim, his rates will go up too. So it there is no damage or virtually none, then there is nothing to fix . Just a lot of paperwork. Not much that you can do...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/04/2017

  8. ... car is any type of desirable vehicle (sports car, Truck or SUV and no older than 5 years) it's probably going to be worth...

    7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 18/01/2017

  9. If you had an accident with no insurance coverage, you will have to pay damages out of your pocket. Once you do you will be okay because you have taken financial responsibility for your damage. However, depending on where you are, you may get a...

    9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 13/12/2016

  10. No. Read your state drivers manual again or look at the DMV website. The restrictions on teen drivers don't allow it. Quote: You must be supervised "at all times with a licensed adult who...

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/11/2016

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