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    if it was so minor on yours its likely to be on theirs its very unlikely they will bother. i would just leave it alone. if however it was a serious bump then iwould be fuming if you had driven off. daft question you were properly insured.
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    (Original post by paulbarlow)
    if it was so minor on yours its likely to be on theirs its very unlikely they will bother. i would just leave it alone. if however it was a serious bump then iwould be fuming if you had driven off. daft question you were properly insured.
    Yes I am insured. What would you call serious? On my car there is an area that has been scratched roughly the size of my hand. And of course I understand you would be angry
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    well a minibus ripped off our front bumper. it will be ok. unless it was a spotless new car a 20 odd year old boy racer type will have scratches. just forget it. nowt you can do about it now. wife put a big dint in a day old car. now that was annoying. you clearly are feeling guilty thats a good thing but really dont worry.
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    well a minibus ripped off our front bumper. it will be ok. unless it was a spotless new car a 20 odd year old boy racer type will have scratches. just forget it. nowt you can do about it now. wife put a big dint in a day old car. now that was annoying. you clearly are feeling guilty thats a good thing but really dont worry.
    More guilt for the fact I drove off. But thanks very much for the help and assurance
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    can't I get in much worse trouble because I never said anything to them if they go and try and find out who did any damage? should I not mention it to my parents?
    Well if it reassures you. You can still try and look in the area to see if they are there and try to apologise but if they are not just tell your parents and be a bit more careful i can only say this based on my own experience keep in mind my parents are strict people. You don't need to tell your parents if it makes you feel worse
 
 
 
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