My question involves a traffic accidentfrom the state of: Florida, Volusia County
I'm sad to say this is the second time, but a kid under 21 rolled into the back of my car at a stop light. The first time just left the tiniest dimples that you had to really look hard to see so after mulling on it for a while I didn't do anything. This time again, virtually no damage, but there is some scuffing on the clear coat it looks, and it looks like a professional paint correction would fix it. Were probably talking between $250 and $500.
I am fairly familiar with my car (its a mazda 3 that a baby as much as I can baby without my own auto-garage to take it apart in) and I am fairly certain the 2 blind spot sensors were out of harms way, so I am pretty sure the only damage is superficial. I am willing to save the kid some monster premiums if he wants to pay for the work to be done, but I just want to cover my own ass at the same time.
We didn't call the police for this accident, I have;
An image of the impact area on my bumper.
An image of his license plate.
An image of his drivers license.
Rear-facing dashcam footage of the accident.
If he does agree to pay for the paint correction, should I get something signed first? Thanks!