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If you accidentally bumped into a parked car and scratched it, but no one was there, would you drive away or leave your details on a note? 

53%
805 deviants said Drive away, you don't want trouble...
40%
610 deviants said Leave your details on a note, its the right thing to do
7%
113 deviants said Scratch it more, it's their fault for parking there.

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XOrdinary1998 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
My mom accidentally did that once. She left an apology not and insurance information on the windshield.
Though I guess it really depends on who owns the car...
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goldhedgehog Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Depends on what you define by scratch. T-boning a car at full throttle is NOT a scratch, Ry :|
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Lunaros Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Huh, that's funny. Somebody backed into my mum's car the other day, banging up the front a fair bit, and drove off without leaving any details...

... Ry...? Do you have something to say...?
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Yes. Im sorry i drove off
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Lunaros Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
*Where were *you* at

THIS INTERROGATION IS OVER
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Lunaros Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Where were at 11 AM on the 14th?!
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FieldsOfFire Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
You forgot the 'blame it on someone else' option. :trollface:
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thats y im not smart :'U
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Evanatt Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
I don't drive. But I once bumped a bit into a car when I opened the door. And I tried to look and saw no scratch on the other car. And the woman in the next car got really angry and I tried to blame it on my mother, when I clearly told her that it was me and not her. But that lady still insisted that it was my mom and pointed fingers at her and lied how she saw my mother doing it and all...
And after all this, there was no mark or anything from it.
Apparently she thought we was the most "rudest" people she had ever met in her life and all too, gees apparently apologizing is "rude" now a days.
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ApocalypticAngel4792 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Student Writer
It depends on the situation. Last week, a very crappy van was parked next to me, and because the spaces are close, I had to watch out not to scratch their car more. But since it was already scratched to hell, even if I did scratch it, I probably would've driven off. I would've felt bad about it, but hey, it was already scratched to hell. What's one more?

And your last choice works too: They shouldn't park in tight spaces if they didn't want to scratch it more. If you want to protect your paint, you better park in the middle of nowhere or get a covering.
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