So my friend is in the midst of buying a new car so he drove his Mom's Jag x-type. We were driving somewhere random (nothing to do in my town) and we stop at a stop light to turn left. We just miss the orange and we stop (he usually goes through anything, even red, so it was way red) and this huge caddy (deville or something) comes up behind us and slams into the back. He freaks out and is like "wtf, omg what an idiot" and he is yelling, so he turns like he wanted to and goes into a parking lot (to talk to the other driver) and we get out, and the POS cad. just drives by and we see this old couple (pushin 70+) drive by and not even look at us. We try to get out in time by flying (40+) in a parking lot, and we get out and they are gone.
It's okay..... it's not a real jag. It's only a ford in jag disguise :nana
Ha ha, only kidding. Jag HQ is 5 minutes from my house
I'd have just stopped in the road upon impact and if there is any dispute then call the police.
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That definatly does suck. Some guy backed into me in a liquor store parking lot and we decided to not call the cops, for obvious reasons. Anyway the guy could've burned me, but he didn't. He paid all $1500 cash for the damage.
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