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Scooter accident in Mykonos

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I rented a motorbike and I was at a intersection and a car jumped a stop sign and hit the front of my motorbike. The motorbike and I fell to the road and I got pretty scratched up and so did the bike. I didn't catch the license plate of the car and they didn't stop.

I am traveling on a budget and only have 250 euro left in my account (am leaving the island in 3 days). I wasn't planning on having this expense, obviously. I am worried if I take it back (after reading stories on here), they will charge me at least 500+ euro. I don't have that money to pay.

What would happen if I were to just leave without returning the bike? I don't want to do that, but I don't know what my other options are (what happens if I go there and then am unable to pay?)

I'm from the US (New York) and all they have of mine is my driver's license.

Any advice... help?

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