Honest drivers exist in Hoboken

Hoboken has at least ONE honest driver! Leaves note!

The other day, I spotted this cute Audi TT parked along Hudson Street.

It had a strange note on the windshield that caught my eye (different than parking tickets or windshield spam).

The hand-written note was from a driver who had inflicted some minor damage to the front end of this car. And instead of driving away (like most entitled a-hole Hoboken drivers), he wrote an apology, said he’d pay for the repairs and a phone number to contact him.

Way to go!

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4 Comments on "Honest drivers exist in Hoboken"

Ron Simoncini
3 years 3 months ago

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3 years 3 months ago

Not sure what the previous comment has to do with the topic?

My friend in the UK returned to their car to find it had the front fender dented in the corner and a note left under the windshield wiper. He read the note which said ‘I just reversed into your car by accident and there are a bunch of people gathered round watching me write this note thinking I’m leaving my phone number…. Sorry, hope its not too expensive to fix, bye’!

3 years 3 months ago

Call me at (555) 555-5555.

3 years 3 months ago

Sadly, leaving such a note these days is risky business.

Maybe in pre-1970s suburbia, this kind of thing worked as advertised. But since we’ve been slipping into a low-trust, siloed society, with basic dishonesty as a force multiplier, doing the right thing is very often an invitation for punishment.

IOW, “sorry I dinged your front end, call xxx-xxxx…..” may easily produce a demand to fix the engine and suspension, followed by a small claims action. Or worse.