#mycar#sosad#dodge#Dart#Caraccident To anyone driving these roads, please be careful. You never know what is going to happen and when. It went from a great day with my godson and his momma to a terrible day with a crashed car because another driver wasn’t paying attention.. In literally seconds, everything changed. To the other driver that hit me: Thanks for making me reassure my 2 year old godson it’s okay to get in the car still every time we leave. For making me pay thousands of dollars out of my own pocket for an accident you caused because you didn’t have car insurance. I hope you’re enjoying your truck with very little damage while I pay thousands of dollars to MAYBE repair my car if I’m lucky. Thank you for turning my day from great to terrible in seconds because you can’t keep up on your car and your “breaks are bad” and you weren’t paying attention to the car in front of you. Thank you for making my life harder because you can’t figure your life out.
#HitAndRun. Earlier this evening, the driver and owner of this white #AcuraMDX left the scene of the accident after threatening and assulting me. The #CHP said that it was registered to an owner in #SanJose. The officer told us that it was unlikely that they would be able to do anything about it. #caraccident#assault#fuckthepolice
Car accident pic:This is a still of the car that almost hit the apartment building across the street from me from the video I posted.The pic doesn’t do it justice. The people in the other car drove away. #caraccident#thingsthatgobumpinthenight
Yikes! Taken from my 4th floor balcony around 2:15am. I heard the impact, 2 car accident. One of the cars almost hit the apartment building.No one badly injured thank God except 1 of the cars! #caraccident#sleeplessnights
My Auntie and her soulmate 💍”she said anyone’s life could change in a matter of seconds “...
She does this with loyalty, from the muscle, and with love.
Just thought I will share how such an phenomenal women she is...she has no picks, even though she’s picky🤣 To add:
Even though he’s sitting, he’s a stand up man💯.... #wheellifestories#spinalinjury#caraccident
What insurance thinks I drive.
What I really drive. (Bottom)
As many of you have already seen on my rant through my story this whole incident has been a pain in my rear end! With finals coming along and all this happening it was getting to me mentally. But it still haven’t been resolved as my car isn’t met to MY STANDARDS. My bby is back in my possession for the next month or so. So I can enjoy being back into the car community and see my friends I haven’t seen since summer. Cause who wants to be driving a rental around? Once spring semester rolls in, she’ll be back in the shop for a 3rd time to resolve a ticking sound in my steering wheel, a dent, and my door squeaking.Why did this have to happen to me out of anyone 😔. I just wish things were how they were before. I’ve had a lot of set backs in life and I can’t believe this had to be one of them. This is my everything and all my hard work to have something like this to appreciate and for some careless act of another driver who ran a light, Ive been the one who’s been paying 💔😔. I’ve been looking at car mods but with the car in and out of the shop I haven’t put much thought and well with finals I managed to pull through even though I had a lot on my plate so I think it’s time to reward both me and my baby. What should I get next?
What’s on 🏎?(Pending)
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We got rear-ended yesterday. Nobody was hurt. Mani’s car has some significant damage, the repair of which will be covered by the other driver’s insurance. We’re both a little rattled, though. And of course, there’s the hassle of dealing with appraisers, repairs, and all that jazz.
After we’d both pulled over and gotten out of our cars, I asked the woman what happened. She said she didn’t know why I had stopped.
I stopped because there was a yield sign, and there was oncoming traffic where we were about to merge.
If the car in front of you isn’t moving, don’t keep driving.
She was clearly frazzled, as I would’ve been in her shoes. I HAVE been in her shoes. Accidents happen.
She thought her car wasn’t registered (and thus, not currently insured), which meant it would have to be towed. After I had already placed a call to the Amherst Police, the woman pleaded with me to take care of things privately. Later, she again asked, in the presence of the officer, why we had to go through insurance. It was at that point that she said we’d gone to high school (roughly 30 years ago). We *knew* each other, after all. I told her oh, yeah. I thought you looked a little familiar. But honestly, I’m not sure if I remember her or not. This made me feel somehow deficient, as if I was shitty person for not running over to give her a hug.
The officer said, “Because not going through insurance never works out.” Then the woman asked the police officer if she could get a ride back to work. When the officer said no, she asked ME for a ride.
I told her I needed to think about it. The office asked her to go wait in her vehicle while she wrote up a report. And the woman walked over to my car, knocked on the window, and asked me again for a ride. “Jena. JENA. Have a heart,” she said, looking me directly in the eye. When I told her I wasn’t comfortable doing that (not to mention the fact that I was cramming about 40 things into a two-hour window), she said, “Why? WHY?” She didn’t have her cell phone, so she borrowed mine to call her husband, then her father, then her workplace. [cont. in comments]