What I did do was take a couple of pics of the cars positions and of the driver himself. I also took his details as he did mine. I also made sure he knows exactly where he stands in relation to life expectancy.
That was about it. I SHOULD have gotten the cops straight away but I didn't. Annoying.
What usually happens, so I've read, is that after a short while the crook will contact the victim's insurance company and claim for everything from whiplash to a complete respray. The victim only finds this out when his insurance company contacts him.
I didn't used to need the internet, my wife knew everything.
Post by Eduardo Wobblechops on Feb 10, 2019 8:49:29 GMT
Sorry to hear Chris. Moral of the story- buy a dashcam!
Thankfully I had one when my car was written off by a twat in a van who caused the accident and immediately drove off. Police got him because of my cam footage, it all went to court and he was found guilty of dangerous driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
Dashcams are cheap, no excuse not to have one, and they can save your arse!
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