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Every driver must stop after a car accident; this is the law. Anytime you hit another car, pedestrian or property, then you must stop. If you do not, you will be charged with a hit and run even if the accident was not your fault. Hit and run penalties are serious and can involve a monetary fine, jail or both. Some even lose their license.At the scene, you must exchange your name, address, license number, vehicle number plates and car insurance with the other driver. If you have any insurance, then the policy number must be written down for the other party.If you have hit a parked car and can’t find the driver, the law says you can leave as long as you leave behind your name, address and explanation of what happened. Moreover, you must also notify police either by telephone or in person.If there has been any death or injury, then you must call law enforcement. The officer will conduct an investigation and file a report. If an officer fails to show up, make a report yourself, take pictures if possible and go to the police station to report the incident.