#1
so i rear ended someones car after school. I messed up the front end of my car slightly and put a very small dent in the other persons back bumper. i dont think they would file insurance against me but im not sure.

So since i was in an accident would i have to report it to the company, even though i dont want anything fixed to my car.

What if they would claim it to my insurance company and i didnt report to them before that?
#2
I believe you're required to if the damage exceeds a certain monetary amount ($200, $700, not sure).
#3
Technically yes, but use your judgement. Was the car a 2006 escalade or was it a 1995 Toyota Camry.

I personally would not if it meant very little to no damage for the other person.
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#4
Isn't it law in the States that if you rear end someone, it's your fault, regardless of the circumstances?
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Isn't it law in the States that if you rear end someone, it's your fault, regardless of the circumstances?



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#6
in most states. if the damage exceeds a certain amounts, (usually $700) i must be reported to the dmv and ur insurance company.
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#7
My parents never repoted my accident to the insuance company, it was 500 in repairs... Mostly due to stupid pinstripes but oh well.
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