Plus the insurance company has to get their money from your claim from somebody. With the license plate number, they will know who to go after. When I was 17, I rear ended some old guy in his f150. I tore his rear end (of the vehicle) up. Tailgate, rear bumper, left bed panel, and last but definitely not least, the all important frame. I was in a 98 Chev 1500. I had the vehicle insured, but I wasn't an insured driver yet. Therefore, his vehicle was repaired and the $2000 repair bill was forwarded to a collection agency which I had to take care of in order to avoid license suspension.
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