If a car is hit while parked by another vehicle and the driver leaves insurance information, then the accident is covered with property damage. In other circumstances where a parked car is hit, it may be covered under un... More »

Manufacturers design airbags to deploy at eight to 14 miles per hour when hitting a fixed barrier in a frontal or near-frontal collision. This equals to hitting a parked car at 16 to 28 miles an hour. More »

The information a driver is required to include on a vehicle incident report depends in large part on the state in which the accident occurred, according to DMV.org. Following proper procedure to fill out the form and su... More »

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Unless an uninsured vehicle is added to a new or existing automobile insurance policy, it cannot be legally driven. Contrary to a popular myth, vehicle insurance does not follow the driver but is instead tied to a partic... More »

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The terms of the lease agreement determine what happens in the event of an accident in a leased car. The terms of the lease agreement specify the amount of insurance coverage the company requires the driver to carry on t... More »

To report a car accident to your insurance provider, obtain all important information about the accident and call the insurance firm after receiving proper medical care for any injury, instructs AutoInsurance.org. You ma... More »

Some of the information contained in auto accident reports includes the names of drivers involved in the incident, their insurance details and names of witnesses, explains DMV.org. Additional information may include acco... More »

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