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Problem with Sixt rental car

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Hi ,

We rented a car from Sixt in June 2016 and we parked that car outside in the night and in the night someone hit our car and next morning we found damages on the car and we informed Sixt same day we found damage and also filled up the form they asked us to fill, that is called Schaden report. And we did not know that we should inform police and also not worried about the things because we thought that we have zero liability insurance(Vollkassso insurance).

Now we got a bill for damages from Sixt that we have to pay 6074 € to them because we did not inform Police about the incident.

Please suggest what we can do in this case.

Looking forward to hear from you soon.

Thanks!
Ruchi Bhati

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