Hit and Run

@dlkuku (1936)
United States
February 15, 2013 12:03am CST
Last night or this morning my boyfriend's car was hit while parked outside my house. The person who did this didn't even leave a note, just left. This really sucks, so now he has to deal with his insurance, had to file a police report, of course they told him there was nothing they could do. I just think it's so wrong, it's not only illegal to leave the scene of an accident, but it's common courtesy to at least try and find the owner, if not, then leave a note. His car door won't shut, and now he has to get it fixed. He needs his car for work, so this really is a bad thing.
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7 responses
• United States
15 Feb 13
it was your ex bf,getting for you sleeeping with yuour new bf. Go by hisplace and look at his car, if its damaged then you will know.
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@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
15 Feb 13
Somehow I doubt that since my ex husband lives 500 miles away, and we are long parted.
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• United States
15 Feb 13
Nice try Cox! I hope that person gets caught. The law of averages will catch up with him/her sooner or later. If they did it to you they might do it to someone else and get caught doing it next time. I just wish you could find someone who witnessed it and knew who it was.
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
16 Feb 13
We think it was the neighbor, but no one saw a thing.
• India
15 Feb 13
Yesterday exacctly I saw somebody hit a car and even did not care about that just he run away from the scene. I was just shock and looking if somebody could do the same like that with our cars? some people they do not accept responsibility that much becasue of their selfish egoes.
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@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
15 Feb 13
People should own up to something they do wrong, but unfortunately many don't.
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• United States
15 Feb 13
What? To be honest and RESPONSIBLE? Nooooo! Really, you discover just how dishonest people can be when they do something like that. They don't take the time to even leave a note because that would put the liability on them. It happened to us right in front of me. A car parked to close to us.. my sil and daughter were in the store and this woman with her carload of kids parked right next to us and the kid slammed open his door and rammed our car door with it. I jumped out and confronted that woman right there and she denied it, and I just dialed 911. She started postulating with her head in a figure 8 like some folks do when they want to be all THAT, and she said call 911 Boo! Then she said "get in the car kids!" and she backed the hell up and sped out before I could get her license plate. That's how inconsiderate people are.
@Raine38 (9322)
• United States
15 Feb 13
Ugh, I hate it when that happens. And we can't help it if some people really don't have the courtesy for other people's properties, or even to man up for their responsibilities. My car was doored at Walmart and it was really bad scratch. Of course, there's nothing I can do about it now.
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
16 Feb 13
I guess we should be thankful it was just a door and no one got hurt.
@cttolledo (5016)
• Philippines
15 Feb 13
Maybe one of Human instinct after commission of a crime is to RUN or HIDE..( self preservation maybe). But if you are a human being with conscience and morally equipped you must face the consequences of what you did, because we can never tell.. we are living in a small world and you must beieve in Karma.
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
16 Feb 13
Yes, what goes around comes around.
@sender621 (14934)
• United States
15 Feb 13
I don't know how people can be so disrespectful of other people's property. Perhaps they did not have insurance or a good driving record. The least they could have done was to explain what had happened. What if there had been someone in the car? Would this person still just have left the scene? Where is their conscience?
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
16 Feb 13
Some people have no morals, and have no consideration for other people's property.
• United States
15 Feb 13
I agree. It sucks, for sure. Luckily, he has insurance to cover the damage. I hope his rates don't go up now because of it. It's not his fault this happened. Try asking around to see if anyone saw anything or saw anything. Not that you could prove it, but you know if a person was hit and run over the cops would be trying hard to get to the bottom of it. It's not right.
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
16 Feb 13
You must be somewhere where they have good cops LOL A number of years ago, in broad daylight my brand new stereo was stolen out of my car, they ripped the dashboard apart, destroying it. A thousand dollars worth of damage, almost 2 grand with the stereo and other things they took. The cops here told me it was petty and they couldn't do anything about it.
@chiyosan (30217)
• Philippines
15 Feb 13
Im so sorry to hear about this dlkuku, I hope that the guy have at least found a courtesy and left a note. so probably he does not have an insurance nor some money to pay you for the wreckage. So he hurriedly left and went ahead not leaving anything, a note or something where he can be contacted. I remember one time when my boyfriend and i was in a parking lot, we saw someone in front of us parking but he banged on the car's bumper so he miscalculated. we did see the car moved and then some dents in it... but then instead of looking at it, he had to go around and acted as if nothing happened. we saw him just left the scene and when we had parked ourselves we tried to see where he went to get some details, but he's apparently just left! Talk about being guilty or something.
@dlkuku (1936)
• United States
15 Feb 13
No note, we are thinking it was the neighbor, or one of their many friends or relatives. Well anyway, the way the car was hit, it looks like someone backed into them, and the only thing that makes sense was if someone backed out of the neighbor's driveway.