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Front end damage is a mystery

Chmmy's picture

The car that SD16 drives has a mysterious dent on the front. DH says "someone hit the green car, there is a dent on the front". Before I could even say hmmm sd16 drives that car, he says sd16 said she didnt do it.

Well then it must be true.... How much anyone want to bet SD was pulling out of a parking spot and hit someone else's car and took off without taking responsibility. Skids dont need to take responsibility cuz dadddeeees fix everything.

I dont know if I would have had the nerve to lie to my dad like that at 16 but my dad was not stupid and DH is. 

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Goodluck's picture

16 year olds should not have the keys to a car.

Thank God she was not in a serious accident. 

I see a lot of kids with cars at the High School...they are zooming thru the HS parking lot like crazy. What are their parents thinking?? Is beyond me.

 

 

Chmmy's picture

Oh. Princess has access to the car 24/7 because my husband lets her do whatever she wants. He drives my old car so she can have the better car and then she smacks another car and takes off. Entitlement

SteppedOut's picture

Hit and run is also ILLEGAL. Who's the title holder of the vehicle? Hopefully not you! If she did hit a car/other personal property, count her lucky nobody saw and reported it. That being said, most parking lots seem to have cameras. 

Chmmy's picture

This car is titled in DHs name. The other 2 are in my name and she doesnt drive my cars. If I knew where she was when she hit something I'd report it. She needs consequences.

I may be wrong but front end damage doesnt usually happen from sitting in a lot....on the passenger side by the headlight.

Chmmy's picture

This car is titled in DHs name. The other 2 are in my name and she doesnt drive my cars. If I knew where she was when she hit something I'd report it. She needs consequences.

I may be wrong but front end damage doesnt usually happen from sitting in a lot....on the passenger side by the headlight.

pickles45's picture

So my SO and I were talking about his daughter this weekend and how she will be 15 in a few months and able to take drivers ed. We were also talking about when she would get her permit etc. He then went on to say how he thought she could drive MY care when she was with us. I gave that a firm NO!!! My car is brand new and leased. I keep it in immaculate condition and why would I want extra wear and tear and miles on it? Sometimes men are unbelieavable! I can never disciple her, tell her want to do (like give her simple chores), have any opinion or speak about things involvong her school, her future plans on college but its ok for her to drive my car??? Luckily it cant be an argument because when you lease they have stricter rules on who can drive the car so its a moot point. But still I can't believe he would even think I wiuld be ok with that.

Siemprematahari's picture

He drives my old car so she can have the better car and then she smacks another car and takes off.

What?!? Why???? It should be the other way around. She's a new driver and should have the old car because of potential accidents? Not sure if SD is telling the truth or not about the dent on the car but I wouldn't worry about it. That's on your H, hopefully there won't be any more "dents".

Chmmy's picture

His car is newer. Mine has 159,000 miles. She drives his car. I don't want skids in my car although i did let SD19 take it when her car was in the shop and then she dropped it at her grandmas house and never brought it back because ahe doesnt have time to get it between her hair and nail appointments

ProbablyAlreadyInsane's picture

Oh yes. Becuase cars magically get dents for no reason and kids never lie. *eye roll.* Your SD did it. I'm fairly certain. Of course a teen is going to say she didn't do it. She'll get in trouble!!!