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#1
ok so last week I went for a drive with a few mates ive only had my liscence a few weeks. So bad luck for me i ended up crashing I went through a fence and then into a ditch and tree..

There was only me and a mate in the car and we both just got a bit of whiplash. Which is good of course and hes not planning on pressing charges.

But bad luck for me the police found out and they were at my house the next day, they told me to ring the sergeant so I did and he wants to interview me but he gave me the impression that I would get a kind of slap on the wrist punishment. That was a week ago they were meant to come over on Monday and see me but now its Saturday. I hope they forgot.. I was just wondering if anyone had any similar stories and how did they turn out? any advice would be appertained.

and to all those people that just want to give me **** because i crashed my car please don't
#5
no they said they would call me at the beginning of the week and then go down to the station and interview me
#6
The police take ages to investigate things sometimes. They'll probably turn up at some point in the next couple of weeks. If it has been logged it will have to be investigated. They'll probably just give you a fine, charge you to fix the fence and give you 3 points
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#8
BANG YOUR HEAD AGAINST THE STAGE LIKE YOU NEVER DID BEFOREEE....
I'm sorry... I read whiplash =(

The only thing I can really think of is "Oops", be more careful next time.
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#9
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yea i hope so im just worried about losing my liscence


You won't lose it unless you killed someone. You will likely get a fine and possibly some points. If they say your off to court you may get suspended or lose it though.
#10
that sucks man
i crashed my car yesterday, had my license for 10 days and guy let me pull out and blocked my view of the person on the other side of him. it sucks hard time
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#11
yeah tell me about it i had a pretty kool car too. I dont think i will go to court hopefully the just want to sort things out at the station. is that most likely?
#12
They can only penalise you if they can prove you were doing something wrong - like speeding or driving without due care and attention. If you having left tell-tale skidmarks that prove you were speeding, and there were no witnesses against you, and nobody else involved, you'll probably get away with it.

Was it a country lane or in town you crashed?
#13
on a country road, pretty remote. They will know i was speeding because of the state of the car, all the stuff i went through and were the car stopped. it dossent take a genius to figure out i was going fast
#14
If you were speeding, I hope you do lose your license. Not that you will, but still.
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#16
Weird, my mate (who is called Stack) smashed a car into a tree once too. He didn't even have a licence (it was a mate's car) and had to write it off!
#17
Quote by JackalUK
You won't lose it unless you killed someone.


You can lose your license for stuff like speeding and drink-driving as well, even if there's no resulting accident.
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#18
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You can lose your license for stuff like speeding and drink-driving as well, even if there's no resulting accident.


I mean in this instance
#19
Quote by Sir Daniel
If you were speeding, I hope you do lose your license. Not that you will, but still.


I agree with this.

It's 'cos of young drivers thinking they're ****ing Nigel Mansell or whoever that the insurance charges for young drivers are so high.

People are dicks.
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#21
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I know! I had to pay £370 this year


I remember my first years was like £800.

My last one was around £300.
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#22
I ride motorcycle 125cc

Getting a car sometime this year. Then the insurance will REALLY make me cry
#23
I drive a 1.25 Fiesta.

How old are you? You get a big drop once you're older than 21. Same again at 25.
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#25
Woohoo! Score!

I'm 23 this year, 2 more years and my insurance will be like 50p.

*crosses fingers*
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#28
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My insurance this year, for my first year was the grand total of £1850...

on a 1litre corsa, 3rd party as a named driver.


What the fuck?

Who with? How old are you?
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#30
Quote by vegetoe01
yep, the prices seem to have risen over the past year. That was the cheapest i could get.

I'm 18, and thats with Tesco car insurance in the U.K


Jesus wept!

Wehn it comes to renewal next year, try and look for a company called Bell on the net, they seem to be pretty cheap.
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#31
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My insurance this year, for my first year was the grand total of £1850...

on a 1litre corsa, 3rd party as a named driver.


You're a named driver but it's your insurance? That's called fronted risk, your company will rape you if you try and make a claim.
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#32
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You're a named driver but it's your insurance? That's called fronted risk, your company will rape you if you try and make a claim.



The car's been registered in my dads name, and insurance payed for in my dads name.

It's all legit.

Otherwise it would cost another £500-600.
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#33
Then it isn't your insurance, you're a named driver on your dads car.

EDIT:

Wait, that means your Dads insurance premium is £1800 odd?

What the hell has he been doing?
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#35
Quote by metacarpi
Then it isn't your insurance, you're a named driver on your dads car.

EDIT:

Wait, that means your Dads insurance premium is £1800 odd?

What the hell has he been doing?


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#36
Quote by vegetoe01
Technicly not, but i payed for all off it, and it's just to get cheaper insurance.


So it's not your insurance.

If you're in an accident and tell them that you're the main driver of the car, you'll be in ****.

Also, you probably aren't getting a no-claim discount to your name, so it's still gonna be expensive after a year or so.

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He must have been!

I was a named driver for my first year, and then got my own.

Even then, with no No-Claims (my policy didn't let me earn them as a named driver), it was about £600 - £700!
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#38
Quote by vegetoe01
The car's been registered in my dads name, and insurance payed for in my dads name.

It's all legit.

Otherwise it would cost another £500-600.


If you're the main driver of the car then that's not legit, it's insurance fraud.
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#39
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funnily he has no convinctions, or anything of the sort. Since it's a NEW policy, he has no "no claims" on it.


You carry your "no-claims" over from policy to policy.
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