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By Anonymous / Tuesday 9 February 2016 16:54 / United States - Richmond
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By  Tripartita  |  43

It's true; I've completely replaced my brakes with the back of somebody's car, and it works like a charm! As a matter of fact, after that modification, my car is completely stationary all the time!

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By  tmans136  |  10

At least he slowed down :3 hopefully he has to pay.oo

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  Mauskau  |  34

I was rear-ended the other week, all I need to do is replace the bumper and parking sensors which are around £150 to do the lot, and my insurance company wrote off my car because apparently £150 is more than 80% of £3000. >.> So now my car is worth nothing if I want to sell it, but I got me some free monies.

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  riddle143  |  15

I'm not sure I agree it was his fault. By the law in most states it technically is, and I won't dispute that. He should have to pay for any damages he legally caused. But I can't tell you how many times I've had people pull out in front of me where I had to slam on my breaks to avoid rear ending them, or hastily change lanes. Not saying OP is one of these, just saying we weren't there. All we hear is OP's side.

By  Tripartita  |  43

It's true; I've completely replaced my brakes with the back of somebody's car, and it works like a charm! As a matter of fact, after that modification, my car is completely stationary all the time!

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