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While heading to dinner, on the single track road we have been driving for a few days now; I got a little distracted trying to hide my disappointment of not making it to Dunvegan Castle where I had planned to propose to Jen (Plan B, will be to propose tomorrow). When coming up to The Fairy Bridge a few cars are coming my way, and instead of looking in the rear view mirror, I put it in reverse and didn’t noticed the vehicle rapidly coming up behind me….boom we had a fender bender. Who fault is it really, the person backing up or the person not paying attention to the car with the reverse lights on?
The couple I collided with was awful talkative in their langue about 1000 dollars, or 42,585.59 Uruguayan Pesos. I guess they waived the insurance and were going to have to shell out some money. I didn’t wave it and it only cost me $100 pounds when I turn the vehicle in.
Lessons learned, before more careful on a single track road. Always look in the rear view mirror if you have to backup. And don’t waive the insurance.