Hit from the car from behind:

by sandeep
(toronto)

Hi,

I hit the car in front of me which did not give right signal and stopped abruptly in front of me. There was no police , but the person has reported to collision centre should I report. reporting to collision means my insurance company will know about this accident.

thanks

sandeep

Accident - Report?


HI Sandeep,
If the police had attended, you would have been charged with Careless Driving or Following Too Close. That would have been costly.

Whether you make the report or not, your insurer will find out because the other driver is putting in a claim. You will have an at fault accident on your record, which could affect your rates for 6 years (unless you have some form of accident forgiveness).

Hope that helps!


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