Who pays for a new vehicle if a car accident wasn't my fault?
If my car is totaled in an accident and the other driver is at fault, who pays for me to get a new car?
Thanks for the question! If the other driver is at fault, you will want to file a claim with their insurance provider to ensure you get a new car.
If you want to learn more about what you should do after your car is totaled, check out this article: How to React If Your Car is Deemed a Total Loss After a Car Accident.
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