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Am I breaking the law? - The Mix

SystemSystem Posts: 8,624 Staff Team
edited December 2019 in Articles

imageAm I breaking the law? - The Mix

I had an accident in a shopping centre car park and I only have a provisional license. Is this an offence? The Mix explains your rights.

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  • petrupaulnastasapetrupaulnastasa Posts: 2 Literally just got here
    I was involved in one accident in car park without be accompanied with somebody with full license, nobody was hurt or harm,what is the consequence in this situation
  • MikeMike Screen addict 🎮 LondonPosts: 2,678 Community Manager
    I was involved in one accident in car park without be accompanied with somebody with full license, nobody was hurt or harm,what is the consequence in this situation
    Welcome to the community @petrupaulnastasa. :)

    We can't give specific legal advice here, partly because we're not legal experts but also because it's impossible to say without the full context of your situation. If you'd like a professional legal opinion on your situation, I'd recommend getting in touch with Citizen's Advice or looking at their website.

    If you'd like to talk about how you're feeling about this situation and how it's affecting you, you're more than welcome to post about that here. You did the right thing to reach out and ask for some help.
    All behaviour is a need trying to be met.

    Avatar credit: Jim Cooke
  • petrupaulnastasapetrupaulnastasa Posts: 2 Literally just got here
    My insurance company call me and they tell me they will cancel the insurance with they're company and they cancelled and the claim who made that person with the car touched from my fault in the car park. What he will happen now, is possible like that person to go at police to report that accident because my insurance company refused the claim?
  • MikeMike Screen addict 🎮 LondonPosts: 2,678 Community Manager
    What he will happen now, is possible like that person to go at police to report that accident because my insurance company refused the claim?
    Again @petrupaulnastasa, we're not clued up on the law here so it's difficult to answer that. I'd really recommend reaching out to Citizen's Advice, or potentially a friend or family member who understands more about this stuff and can give you some reliable information.

    Have you tried talking to your insurance company directly about it?
    All behaviour is a need trying to be met.

    Avatar credit: Jim Cooke
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