Two vehicles parallel parked close together on Chestnut Street are pictured Wednesday, March 9, in Bellingham. If you are parking and accidentally bump the car in front or behind you, the law says you must find the driver or leave a note, even if there doesn’t appear to be any damage.
Two vehicles parallel parked close together on Chestnut Street are pictured Wednesday, March 9, in Bellingham. If you are parking and accidentally bump the car in front or behind you, the law says you must find the driver or leave a note, even if there doesn’t appear to be any damage. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Two vehicles parallel parked close together on Chestnut Street are pictured Wednesday, March 9, in Bellingham. If you are parking and accidentally bump the car in front or behind you, the law says you must find the driver or leave a note, even if there doesn’t appear to be any damage. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Road Rules: Leave a note if you bump a car, even if there’s no damage

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