Here's the problem with that. Yes, you can prevent your insurance rate from going up (if, in fact, the rate would even be raised; it's not automatic after an accident.) But now you've entered into a verbal agreement with a total stranger. The other driver might demand more than you think is reasonable. You might not want to pay the estimated repair costs. The other driver may come after you later with further damages. He could claim medical costs down the road. People often end up in small claims court because they didn't want to file insurance claims. At the very least, write up a contract that stipulates exactly what you have paid and that it constitutes payment in full. But you may also want to check your drivers handbook -- in some states it's illegal not to report an accident and your insurance company could drop you if they find out. You should ALWAYS notify the police AND your isurer to avoid a surprise at policy renewal time! They have their ways of knowing about accidents regardless of how secret you keep it. It's better to notify your insurance company immediately or else this would be considered Non-disclosure of facts and hurt your history even MORE than an At Fault accident may.
If you turn yourself in now, They will probably go easy on you. And you will sleep better at night.
Find out as much as you can about the person before you allow yourself to get emotionally involved with him/her. Some relationships are better off as just friends instead of intimate deeply personal friends.
A lower accident frequency rate is better as "frequency" means "how often something occurs".
Because they have better training and firepower against the drug cartels.
Paying more for your insurance doesnt gurantee any better coverage or better protection in an accident.
The word "accidentally" is a better than "on accident." I don't believe that on accident is grammatically correct. I am not sure what you mean by when to use it.
he was involved in his career by helping farm workers get better treatment and better pay.
In a case where there is an accident report, it is best to report it. It is always better to be safe than it is to be sorry.
Fish use fins to help them swim better. If you go swimming, you will swim faster, with swim fins, instead of just feet. Fins are better for fish instead of hands.
In my opinion i find he was a better artsit before becuse of his outstanding hyperrealsim paintings
Well, you have made yourself look better for court but YOU didnt have it at the time of the accident. You will still get in trouble,
when movement isn't involved
People probably remember things better when they have actually been involved in it.
yea it is so much better go use that instead of this
Assuming you are in the car that stopped at the light and you hit the car that was passing, It is obvious the car passing illegally on the right gets the ticket and the blame and had better have insurance.
if it's clear that the other person was at fault or was drunk then yes he couldAdded: In such an instance it would be better for appearance sake, as well as prosecuting the case later in court, if the investigation was done by another officer or agency.
Impact; collision; crash; accident
NO it is NOT safe ! Refit a better one ASAP before you have an accident.
If any injuries are involved, the police should be called. Also, either driver has the right to call the police so an accident report can be written. If there is no damage, one is probably better not calling the police, as the accident may be reported to your insurance company.
Michael Orlando, or better known as Michael Vampire, is a member of the band The Killing Lights. He was in a near fatal accident years ago and decided to change the name of the band to The Killing Lights after his accident.
Generally, the owner of the insured car is held liable for any damages or losses involved after an accident. So if you want to file a claim for compensation after a crash, it is better to file it with the owner of the insured car or his insurance company. The adult unlicensed driver however, can be held liable criminally if there was death or injury involved.