Bumping into another car in a parking lot,” can be serious business.
If you accidentally bump into another vehicle in a parking lot, even though you didn’t know it happened, and you leave the scene of the accident, you could be arrested and charged with the criminal misdemeanor of, leaving the scene of an accident.
These slight collisions, “bumps,”occur most often when a driver is backing up.
A good strategy to avoid this, might be to park your car in such a way that you are facing out.
Now you can drive straight out of your parking space and avoid a rear collision. This strategy is standard procedure in the trucking industry.
This informational blog is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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