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Are you responsible if you hit a car that is double-parked?


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2008-11-22 22:39:21
2008-11-22 22:39:21

It all depends. Both you and the car that is double parked are responsible. when you do hit a car that is double parked, and the person is not at his/her car, make sure you leave a note saying that you hit his/her car. why leave a note? ITS AGAINST THE LAW TO LEAVE A CRIME SCENE!!!!!!!!!!!


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