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Old 01-28-2005, 03:55 AM   #41
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my families black lab got hit at ~45 when he broke the chain. The driver of the neon tried to press charges because apparently he hit the hood, bending it and put a large crack in the windshield.
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Old 01-28-2005, 03:04 PM   #42
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I am almost positive that in Michigan you are required to notify the ownert if you hit a ":pet."
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[what if the dog was useing the bathroom, or whatever regardless there is no remorse shown when you dont report it
well anyway its his loss because insurance doesnt cover anything unless a police report was filed and makeing a bogus police report is fraud
insurance would cover it under comprehensive and most companies don't require a police report for hitting an animal. It is very common.

As far as the situation- he shouldn't have been speeding if he is going to be preoccupied doing other things. I text with my phone and talk on my phone but I try to be more careful if I'm doing that. I don't speed.
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i gotta agree with that, if im messing with the radio i usually slow down.
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Old 01-29-2005, 05:28 AM   #45
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meh I use cruise if I'm gonna be messing with other crap.
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I think the big thing here is-it could have not been a dog, and it might be a person next time. We're glad you are okay and yes, it was just a dog (even if it was someone'* dog who meant alot to them-it was still just a dog, could have been worse), but everyone should take this as lesson to slow down, pay attention for their own sake and anyones who'* around the roadway.
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