Pyrmont Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers

TROTWOOD — A man trying to sell a car gets more than he bargained for.He says a taxi driver came to look at the old police vehicle he is selling. He says the man got in and started revving it up. Then threw it into reverse and slammed into a garage. The taxi driver then said there was something wrong with the car.”I don’t know who’s at fault here, but whenever you’re behind the wheel of a car, you’re responsible for what you do,” says Daryl Miniard, business owner. “And I hope that’s the way this ends up. He tore up my son’s car, and he should have to pay for it.”The man says he’s not sure why the taxi driver was revving up the vehicle. He says there is no problem with the gas pedal.