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Does a person have to provide insurance info if a police report was not made?

Question Details: Our company vehicle was involved in minor crash. The police were not called due to no personal injury at the time and minor damage done to a front bumper. The other driver was a minor, age 17, with a limited provisional license. Pictures were taken on the damaged work truck and contact information was given name, address, picture of drivers license and tag, and parents contact information. The driver did not have his insurance card or the insurance information. I contacted the drivers father and he stated insurance would not be provided because a police report was not taken and that his child was a minor. Now what do I do?

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