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Old 06-24-2005, 16:01   #1 (permalink)
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Accident dunces on Ontario roads

I saw an accident happen the other day, not too
serious, both cars were still drivable. However,
the dunces do not know the procedure for dealing with
an accident. They get out of their cars, start talking,
they probably called the police, meanwhile their cars
immediately start to create a traffic jam. I came
out of a store 25 minutes later, they were still there!
The procedure for this is simple; If no one is hurt,
move your cars to the shoulder, side of the road, or just
drive them out of the way of traffic. Exchange information
and go a an accident reporting centre within 24 hours.
Call you insurance company.
No cops, no traffic jams.

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Old 06-24-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

I believe you must comply with the law in the event of an accident. In
some areas, the law says you don't move anything until released by law
enforcement if the accident happens on public roads. If it happens on
private property (which includes mall type parking lots), the law
doesn't apply unless there is bodily injury involved. Additionally,
some insurance company requirements may impose some restrictions. I'm
not sure about that, though I can recall that years ago, if you moved
your vehicle without being directed to by traffic enforcement, some
insurance companied got very touchy about paying up without a hassle.

On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 13:42:10 -0400, RichA <none@none.com> wrote:

>I saw an accident happen the other day, not too
>serious, both cars were still drivable. However,
>the dunces do not know the procedure for dealing with
>an accident. They get out of their cars, start talking,
>they probably called the police, meanwhile their cars
>immediately start to create a traffic jam. I came
>out of a store 25 minutes later, they were still there!
>The procedure for this is simple; If no one is hurt,
>move your cars to the shoulder, side of the road, or just
>drive them out of the way of traffic. Exchange information
>and go a an accident reporting centre within 24 hours.
>Call you insurance company.
>No cops, no traffic jams.


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Old 06-24-2005, 16:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

dont forget to take pictures of the accident scene with the disposable
camera u keep in the glove box or trunk.
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Old 06-24-2005, 18:02   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 18:58:07 GMT, canuck@upnorth.com wrote:

>dont forget to take pictures of the accident scene with the disposable
>camera u keep in the glove box or trunk.


Yes, it doesn't matter with "no fault" insurance, but it can't hurt.
-Rich
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Old 06-24-2005, 18:02   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 11:55:52 -0700, Spike <jma@snowcrest.net> wrote:

>I believe you must comply with the law in the event of an accident. In
>some areas, the law says you don't move anything until released by law
>enforcement if the accident happens on public roads. If it happens on
>private property (which includes mall type parking lots), the law
>doesn't apply unless there is bodily injury involved. Additionally,
>some insurance company requirements may impose some restrictions. I'm
>not sure about that, though I can recall that years ago, if you moved
>your vehicle without being directed to by traffic enforcement, some
>insurance companied got very touchy about paying up without a hassle.


That ended years ago when "no fault" insurance came in and the police
got sick of wasting their time at the hundreds of minor accidents that
happened each day in a city.

>
>On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 13:42:10 -0400, RichA <none@none.com> wrote:
>
>>I saw an accident happen the other day, not too
>>serious, both cars were still drivable. However,
>>the dunces do not know the procedure for dealing with
>>an accident. They get out of their cars, start talking,
>>they probably called the police, meanwhile their cars
>>immediately start to create a traffic jam. I came
>>out of a store 25 minutes later, they were still there!
>>The procedure for this is simple; If no one is hurt,
>>move your cars to the shoulder, side of the road, or just
>>drive them out of the way of traffic. Exchange information
>>and go a an accident reporting centre within 24 hours.
>>Call you insurance company.
>>No cops, no traffic jams.

>
>Hey! Spikey Likes IT!
>1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2 A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok
>Vintage Burgundy w/Black Standard Interior
>Vintage 40 Wheels 16X8"
>w/BF Goodrich Comp T/A Radial 225/50ZR16


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Old 06-24-2005, 20:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

We don't have no fault here.

On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 20:25:22 -0400, RichA <none@none.com> wrote:

>On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 11:55:52 -0700, Spike <jma@snowcrest.net> wrote:
>
>>I believe you must comply with the law in the event of an accident. In
>>some areas, the law says you don't move anything until released by law
>>enforcement if the accident happens on public roads. If it happens on
>>private property (which includes mall type parking lots), the law
>>doesn't apply unless there is bodily injury involved. Additionally,
>>some insurance company requirements may impose some restrictions. I'm
>>not sure about that, though I can recall that years ago, if you moved
>>your vehicle without being directed to by traffic enforcement, some
>>insurance companied got very touchy about paying up without a hassle.

>
>That ended years ago when "no fault" insurance came in and the police
>got sick of wasting their time at the hundreds of minor accidents that
>happened each day in a city.
>
>>
>>On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 13:42:10 -0400, RichA <none@none.com> wrote:
>>
>>>I saw an accident happen the other day, not too
>>>serious, both cars were still drivable. However,
>>>the dunces do not know the procedure for dealing with
>>>an accident. They get out of their cars, start talking,
>>>they probably called the police, meanwhile their cars
>>>immediately start to create a traffic jam. I came
>>>out of a store 25 minutes later, they were still there!
>>>The procedure for this is simple; If no one is hurt,
>>>move your cars to the shoulder, side of the road, or just
>>>drive them out of the way of traffic. Exchange information
>>>and go a an accident reporting centre within 24 hours.
>>>Call you insurance company.
>>>No cops, no traffic jams.

>>
>>Hey! Spikey Likes IT!
>>1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2 A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok
>>Vintage Burgundy w/Black Standard Interior
>>Vintage 40 Wheels 16X8"
>>w/BF Goodrich Comp T/A Radial 225/50ZR16


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Old 06-24-2005, 22:01   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Accident dunces on Ontario roads

On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 20:24:32 -0400, RichA <none@none.com> wrote:

>On Fri, 24 Jun 2005 18:58:07 GMT, canuck@upnorth.com wrote:
>
>>dont forget to take pictures of the accident scene with the disposable
>>camera u keep in the glove box or trunk.

>
>Yes, it doesn't matter with "no fault" insurance, but it can't hurt.
>-Rich


only foctards in ontario have no fault
lmfao
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