First time I have had to handle this on my own. My 17 year old was backing my car out of the driveway and hit her friends truck that was parked on the street. My car is not even a year old yet, I just changed the insurance into my name last week. She dented in the back bumper really good, dented in the trunk. I called my oldest son and asked his advice. Called the insurance company, someone is coming out on Thursday to inspect the car. I have a $500 deductable. Handled with out calling stbx. My daughter was really shook up, he boyfriend was watching as it happened. She went up to her room, didn't want to talk to anyone. I went up and told her, hey things happen. You have only been driving for under a year. No one was hurt, his car wasn't damaged. It is a car. You made a mistake, it is okay. Then I talked her into letting her boyfriend go talk to you. This is a small thing in the whole scheme of things and I bet it makes her be a little more careful. Ahhh life with teens, the fun never stops.
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