Last Tuesday, after midnight, I heard a loud sound outside my home. When I looked outside, I noticed my car was not where it was parked, but further down the road. I called 911 because I wanted someone to come help, since I live alone with my cat, Betty. When the cop came, I realized the car that hit mine also hit the neighbor's car down the road. We both parked next to a hill and the jerk hit my car first, then drove on the hill (45 degree angle maybe) to hit the neighbor's car. I was in shock...I did not know what to do and completely shut down (I have anxiety, panic attack issues). It is all starting to sink in and now I'm angry. My car is totaled and his insurance just wants to give me a check ASAP. They even cancelled the payment on the rental car today, and this I know because the rental car company called me, not Jason, his insurance guy. I'm assuming Jason wants me to take the peanuts he is offering me for my car, so he can then sell it to a junkyard to get money for a great engine, etc. What also bothers me is that the kid (23 yr. old) told the cop and I he was coming from a bar, yet no breath-alyzer was done and not even a ticket was issued. The cop report admits the kid "had been drinking but didn't appear under the influence." Like a friend said, what does one have to do to appear under the influence? Apparently hitting one car and driving on a hill to hit another car in a private, residential area doesn't count. After getting yelled at by my younger sister, my mom and my boyfriend for not speaking up or asking for the guy's info (my sister later tracked him down) and cleaning the road of debris myself, I stayed in bed for 2 days before my BF showed up on Friday. He is back at work in NYC, and now that I got the call from Enterprise saying I will have to pay for the rental as of today, I'm not sure what to do...I just want my car back. I had it paid off, and took great care of it (new tires, new fluids, new brakes, new filters-cars have so many filters.) *sigh* My car was parked where the hill starts (where you see the dirt) and the car futher down is the one that also got hit.