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Whose fault is it when you back up and hit a car that is not a tenant in this apartment and who is parked in an unauthorized spot anyways?


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2005-09-29 03:12:38
2005-09-29 03:12:38

In most states, the driver of the moving vehicle is always at fault when he hits a stationary object, like a parked car. It's ok, you screwed up. We all do it from time to time. Now be responsible and face up to your mistake.


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