Was this your work vehicle?
no i put the dent in the vehicle, not mine
You are correct about the statute of limitations, so long as you have not left the state within that period of time.
In Idaho, if a person leaves the state, the time they are gone does not count against the statute of limitations.
Assuming you haven't left the state, the statute of limitations has run and you don't have anything to worry about.
okay, that was my question, i haven't left the state, but i don't even know what could have been done even during that time, i should apologize for my lack of judgement maybe, unless that's not a good idea
this is pretty reliable information, right? as far as the website states, thank you for the information
I wouldn't bring it up. There is nothing to gain from that, unless you plan to pay them back. If they sued you - even if the statute of limitations has run - you would have to defend yourself, which would cost you money. My advice is to say nothing.
it's just done, and be careful next time, huh
Yes. Nothing good will come out of telling them.
Consider it a lesson learned.
thanks a bunch, i will accept the answer, i appreciate reliable knowledge
Glad to help. Good luck.
If there isn't anything else I can do for you, please click the "Accept" button. Good luck.
awesome, thanks a bunch
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