What happens if you have an accident in your vehicle with no other cars involved and you leave the vehicle at the scene?
Doing so is automobile abandonment. If left for several days, the local police will check for ownership via the license plates or VIN of the vehicle. Attempts will be made to contact the owner - If the owner cannot be reached, then the vehicle will be towed to an impounds lot. Parking is not free at the impound lots - sometimes as much as $8 per day in some regions. The owner will be required to pay the parking fees AND the towing charges before the car can be removed from the impound lot.
If you are involved in the accident it is a crime to leave the scene, but if you are a witness or bystander there is no problem.
What happens if you leave the scene of an accident with no other car involved and there is no injuries or property damage but to your own car?
reposition or move the victim
Yes. Like a hit and run? If you saw an accident happen and left it is highly unlikely, if not impossible, but if you were involved in anyway it is illegal to leave without first of all stopping your vehicle and communicating with the victim, usually exchanging insurance information and license plates.
What happens if you have an accident on private property in Georgia and one or both parties leave the scene of the accident?
you leave too
If you are found guilty of not stopping to help when the vehicle you were driving was involved in a crash causing death or personal injury?
Many states consider this a felony if you leave a scene of an accident where someone was injured or killed and this could leave to jail time.
You can be charged with "Hit and Run" or "Leaving After COlliding" or whatever they call it in your state. It is the DRIVER the police want to see and interview, NOT the vehicle.
What happens if you leave the scene of an accident and the person in the other vehicle dies but its not your fault?
Not 100% but I'm pretty sure you'd be looking at felony hit-and-run along with negligent homicide.
This simply means that if you were involved in any type of accident and leave before authorities arrive, you have left the scene of an accident with out making a statement.
Well...you would probably be alright. it is illegal to leave the scene of an accident. the accident has to be reported if there is any significant damage to your vehicle.
they can file charges or leave it alone, depending on how nice they are,
Well it deppends did you get in an accident on the border line? If so then you would go to the nearest hospital close to what other location [country]...... <33333
What happens if you have an accident in your vehicle with no other cars involved and you leave the the scene?
your a lucky (or unlucky depending on the degree of injuries you sustained) son of a beech and you're probably a bad driver If you caused damage to property and get caught, you will get a ticket and have to pay for the damage. If no one saw you then you only have to deal with your conscience. If you try to make a claim on your car, your insurance agent will want to know… Read More
Yes. A car or vehicle is a dangerous place to leave a child unattended. The risk of accident, not to mention neglect, is too great.
Leaving the scene of an accident is a crime, charges that can be brought against the person depends upon the extent of damages, personal injuries, etc. In all cases the vehicle will be impounded, whether it will be forfeited depends upon the laws of the state in which the accident occurred. In most states it is a crime to leave the scene of an accident. Believe it or not, there are a couple where it… Read More
Can you legally leave the scene of a motorcycle accident with injuries if you are a witness in new York?
In any state all parties involved in any accident are able to walk away, The driver is the only one mandatory to stay. Those who leave cannot claim any lawsuit or obtain any information.
You're not there when the cops show up.
What should you do if you are involved in an accident in which there is personal injury or 1000.00 or more in property damage?
Do not leave the scene. Call the police immediately!! After which you would contact your insurance company. Leaving the scene of an accident is a felony in most state in the US. It is known as "Hit and run", or "leaving the scene of an accident."
In California who is at fault in an accident where a vehicle backing out of a parking spot strikes a vehicle that is already backed up and about to leave forward?
The person backing out I am asuming other person has finished reversing and is leaving if I understood correctly
If you are in an automobile accident in Mass and the other driver has revoked insurance and leaves the scene are you automatically not at fault?
No, if you were negligent, and 'at fault' you still are, however, if they leave the scene doesn't sound like you will have to fix their vehicle, but you could still have a 'chargeable' accident on your policy.
all you need to do is go to the police department and ask for a copy you can also call them up and if you know the officers name that reported the accident then you can talk to them you might have to leave a message but they will get back to you quikly
So I was in an accident that was my fault and it involved two other cars. One car was a taxi so their accident investigator came to the scene as well as the police. I was asked what happened by the police and I answered him and gave him my info, he asked the other two drivers as well. I received a ticket and was allowed to leave but I never gave the other two… Read More
What would happen to the license of a driver who was involved in an accident and did not stop to help a person who were injured?
This would depend upon the laws in your State/Country. In the USA If your vehicle is directly involved in the accident and you dont stop your license could be either suspended for 1-5 years or revoked completely depending upon State laws concerning what is called "Hit and Run" or "fleeing the scene of an accident" which are criminal charges. Also depending upon your State Your License can be suspended or revoked if the person dies… Read More
nothing legally, this is more a moral Q; if you think you have a statement that might clarify matters, the police will take it without repercussions.
Varies per state and local and state laws need to be specifically looked at. Also Insurance can deny payment in certain instances. The person leaving usually ends up being cited for the accident unless other party admits. If it was not with another vehicle and was just being in a ditch or hitting a pole or what have you, thenthe usual reportin law is if over $500. Of course no one knows anything anyway. However… Read More
What happens if you get in a car accident with no license and leave the scene no other cars were involved?
Firstly, it is illegal to drive on public roads without a drivers license. Generally though, if no other car was involved and no property was damaged and no claims to be presented then you are perfectly OK in leaving the scene. There is simply nothing to report. Here is an example. At the age of 19 (Licensed of course), I ran my car into a ditch on the side of the road (an accident). Who… Read More
What should you do if you have an accident and hit an already parked vehicle while positioning your vehicle into a parking space?
If the owner of the parked vehicle cannot be located, you should leave your contact information in a brief note on the car you hit. You should also report the accident A.S.A.P. to the local police station and provide them with your details in case the person doesn't get your note and files a hit and run complaint. This will protect you from any chance of being accused of leaving the scene.
What happens if you don't register your car within 30 days and instead leave it registered and insured in the old state?
What Happens is that you have just commited a crime. The law requires you to properly register the vehicle in your name within 30 days. The previous owners Insurance is Null and Void the moment he sold you the vehicle regardless of whether you registerd the vehicle or not.
unless your car already had a problem your just going to waste a lot of gas and its battery will die.
you can not leave the scene of a accident
Just like with any accident you should assess the situation after an accident. If you are in danger of being hit again, move out of the way. You should gather the information of the other person in the accident, if it was a single accident and no one else was involved you should stay on the scene and phone the cops. If you are injured or the other person is injured call an ambulance. You… Read More
Do you have to use an insurance check to repair minor accident damage or can you leave the dent and use the money for something else?
No you do not have to use it for your vehicle damage. You can use it as you wish. You are required to be compensated for your damage, It is up to you what you do with that compensation. If you have a Lien holder on the vehicle then you likely have contractual obligations with them to fix any damage.
That depends. Bumper to bumper car accident or legally known as Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of multiple vehicle accidents and one of the primary causes of whiplash. Even if it's a minor accident, if you were at fault it wouldn't be wise to immediately leave the scene as that would be a case of "hit and run". If the driver saw your plate number while you hasten to leave, then… Read More
You rear-end the car in front of you. When you don't leave enough space to see, interpret and act, and then actually get the car to stop, you are at great risk for an accident and/or citation.
After a period of time, it becomes an abandoned vehicle and can be claimed by another person/company.
1. Leave vehicle where you were hit. 2. Call the police 3. Exchange info with other driver 4. Get a witness or witnesses as someone saw it happen 5. Police will write a "no fault" report since accident is on private property (in my case, parking lot at work) 6. If police asks you and other driver to "work it out between you" as your rates will go up - be very cautious!!!!! 7. Call… Read More
What happens when men truly love their mistress and have a family with them do they eventually leave their wives?
Even though it is possible, I would say rarely. If he hasn't left his wife by now, he probably won't. It is best not to get involved with married men, especially when children are involved.
You can pay for it yourself or file a claim with your insurance company and they will take care of it. Do realize that your premiums will go up. So do the math, if the damage is more than your deductable plus the difference in what you will pay if your insurance goes up (for 3 years worth or however long your company raises the rates after an accident), then it is worth it. You… Read More
my answer to this is if their under 5 it will always be illegal but when you atleast leave the a/c on it would no longer be illegal but never leave a child in a vehicle as they could sufficate or learn how to turn the keys so in anyway never leave a child in a vehicle
Your a jerk just for asking that. And it's half her vehicle too.
A parachuting accident.
No. If you witnessed the accident you are supposed to give a statement to law enforcement prior to leaving.
What happens when you are in an accident and the other person has no licence or insurance but the vehicle he was driving has insurance?
Auto insurance follows the vehicle primarily, not the person. The problem is going to be that I will guaranty that the person is not listed as a driver on the insurance policy for the car he was in. Most likely, the company will pay your claim with no problem as long as you don't appear to be looking for more than your actual damages. The could determine that the policy owner committed material misrepresentation by… Read More
If you hit a vehicle that is unattended, you should first notify the police. They will let you know if they need to be present to write an accident report. After that, under one of the windshield wipers, leave a sheet of paper with the following information on it: your name, your address, your phone number, your insurance company's name, and your insurance company's claim phone number. You should then promptly notify your insurance company… Read More
It is illegal to leave the scene of an accident without providing full and accurate contact information. If the police are called, you need to wait for them to allow you to leave. Leaving can result in criminal charges. For a minor accident, with no injuries and no damage other than to the cars themselves, you can exchange information and agree with the other driver to file a police report.
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They have voted to leave and will leave in 2 years
You are trying to take over payments on a friends vehicle but have bad credit can she leave the loan in her name and just have you make the payments to her then pay the difference on her insurance?
Not only would she leave the loan in her name but she would also have to leave the title in her name and this would cause a huge problem in the event that you were involved in an accident.She would be liable!Also,this is a sure way to end a friendship.
When parking your ambulance at the scene of a motor vehicle crash you should position the ambulance?
If first on scene, 50 feet behind the accident, unless you see flames, leaking fluid, or fumes. then 100 feet away. If another unit is on scene and behind the accident, then park the ambulance 100 feet ahead of the crash. The goal is to surround the accident to create a safe work environment After that, the goal is to enable to leave the scene easily if you need to rapidly transport a patient.