Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationOther - Cars & Transportation · 1 decade ago

If a driver drives away slowly after an accident, should it be considered a "hit-and-walk"?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    It's a hit and run no matter how you leave unless you have shared information with the other driver and the police.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, because #1: They are still in the car, and 2: they still leave the scene so technically it's still a hit and run

  • hone
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    It's now not simply a moral duty, it is a LEGAL duty. She noticed you hit her automobile. She has your license plates which, if you do not touch her, she is going to name the police, provide them your plates and dossier a record for hit and run. Your coverage is obligated to pay for the harm to the opposite automobile. First, touch your coverage corporation and allow them to recognise what occurred. They'll coach you what to do at that factor. If they do not, touch her and ask her to satisfy you on the police station. Have a police record crammed out. This is to preserve BOTH of you. You do not desire her later claiming that you just did $10,000 of harm while it used to be just a few scratches. Plus, your coverage corporation might call for the police record earlier than they pay for the damages to her automobile.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    well if a car is driving slowly a person would still have to run to keep up.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    considering they are still in the car it is not

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