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Yes
15 43%
No
20 57%
Voters: 35.
#1
Couldn't think of a better title.

I have an assignment for school, and it's the polling sort. It's supposed to be an essay with a proofed poll of the following question:
If you were driving, and your friend was following you in his car, and he hit you from behind, would you treat him as a stranger (to get insurance money and repairs*Answer yes*), or would you let it slide, and have him pay you back some other way?*Answer No*

Help me out guys!
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#2
you should rephrase the question to be able to be answered in a yes or a no
#3
Probably insurance. It'd be easier, and probably cheaper for him, if it was serious damage.
#4
that doesnt make sense
If its a yes/no poll
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#5
Your question =/= Yes or No question.

Honestly, I'd go through insurance. It'd cost my friend less.
#6
how the hell do you answer
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#7
*reads poll choices*


*reads Original Post*

ERROR: Does not compute.
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#8
Can't fix the poll options, edited OP question, try again.
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#9
Is the car damaged beyond being able to drive? If not I'd just forget about it and not even bother to repair it.
#10
Id figure out if it screwed him over when it comes to his insurance first. Sometimes its best not to claim things because of a no-claims bonus or whatever. Also depends on the damage, i guess, and the car.

So i wont do your poll, cos its not a yes or no answer.
#11
As a general rule, I would get his details etc. That way i don't get left with the ol' "oh man, I'm trying to get the cash together, really I am" excuse.

But if it was like, a nudge or a tiny scratch I'd let it go.

If he totaled my car, I'd break his neck if the crash hadn't already.

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#12
I crashed my friend's car, and we didn't deal with insurance at all, mostly because he had just switched and was still in the trial period where if he made a claim, his payments would triple for like a year, so he just got it fixed and I paid him back as I made the money. So I voted 'no.'
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