Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Clearwater, Florida
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no you dont NEED to report it, but I would highly suggest it. I run an insurace office, so read this.if you dont report it and you get into an accident and it was caused from speeding, your company WILL link it to the s/c or turbo and refuse to cover damages. Legally, they can do that. They will say it was "failure to avoid an accident". it's really worth the extra 200-400 it will cost you each year to insure that s/c or turbo on your car...
Originally Posted by BWAL09
aww, you fucking piece of shit, you are making me get all fucking emotional now