If the person hit your car and they drove away with no damage, and you know them, just tell them what they did but in reailty, yes, it is called hit and run.
your car is parked unless you have someway or another had the car in drive while you weren't in it then how can you pay for damages you did not incur and if you weren't parked in a no parking zone or a handicap spot then the person who hit you is responsible for all damages because they weren't paying any attention
It is best to leave it parked and it is possible for it to roll away, depending on the car.
i was told its because they are for when you are parked only, and if you drive with them on someone could mistake that you're parked and hit you.
If they are stopped your car could be impounded. If they get into an accident you are responsible for damages of your car and the other person's car. Not worth letting them drive.
Drive or if you are parked, sleep.
Leave it parked and don't drive it.
The fathers' cars are all parked in the drive.
leave it parked in your drive way
If the drive is not found, your insurance will have to cover the damages. When the guy is found, press charges and sue him for damages.
Drive 1 locks the automatic transmission into first gear (preventing an upshift). Very good to use when parked or stopped on a very steep slope and you need to move forward and do not want the transmission to shift. Drive 2 locks the automatic transmission into second gear. This is sometimes referred to as a "snow" drive position, as it causes the engine power to be applied to the wheels much more slowly (via converter slippage within the transmission) minimizing actual wheel-spin when accelerating from a stopped position.
Damages - 2007 Drive It Through Hardcore 3-9 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:16
I have a Mazda protege 1996 that is parked because it will not go into drive but the engine starts?
no unless its stated in your contract
Dale Jr., then Mark Martin, and now it is parked.
Hitting parked cars?
when you get the insurance you can register your daughter as an autorized driver and the insurance will cover for the damages.
Yes.. You drive it, you damage it then your responsible for it.
If the vehicle is parked on a public street, you need a tag. If it is on private property you don't.
there is no humer they had to drive jeeps they werent invented yet...im sorry... but as for the humour, you should try a mirror
If you were legally parked, the person backing up is at fault. If you were in a "No Parking" area, you are at fault.
Depends on your luck
No you can do it stopped
Check with your Town Hall. Your Town may have a ordinance against that.