So now what?
So I was driving to work this morning, just got off the highway, and was crossing the overpass. I'm in the right lane, no problems at all, when I look over to my left and I see this car losing control. Apparently those "beware of ice on bridge" signs are there for a reason. Anyways, the car is heading right for me, so I try to get out of the way, but alas, I hear the car make contact with mine. Not that hard, my car didn't even rock or anything, if I were deaf, I'd probably never know. So, I stop and and the car pulls up beside me. I roll down my window, she rolls down hers. "Did I hit you?" she asks. "Yes you did." I respond. She pulls up in front of me, while I get out to check the damages. By the smears in the dirt on my car I could definately tell that I had been hit, but it was dark, so other than that I couldn't tell how bad the damage was. I walk up to her car, she asks if she wants to call the cops. Since I didn't see any damage, and she wasn't fleeing the scene, I just decided to get her info, and take a look at it when the sun came up, then go from there. Well, I go out on break to take a look and there is a dent there. On my side, right where the rear bumper meets the metal. Its nothing major, if you didnt drive a 3, you'd probably miss it most of the time. But I do drive a 3, and its all i can see now. So I guess I'm going to have her insurance fix it. So this is where I need some advice from anyone thats had this happen. What do I do first, just call her insurance company and go from there? I guess out of courtesy, I should give her a call too, let her know whats up. Sigh, I have a feeling its going to be a lot of hassle for such a small dent. But I know If I dont get it fixed while I can at no cost to me, I'll just regret it down the road.