I was getting into my car when I noticed a dent. On the windshield was a note and a phone number from the driver. "I feel terrible," the woman apologized when I called. "I hit your car as I was pulling into the next parking spot."
"Please, don't worry," I said to her. "I'm sure our insurance companies will take care of everything."
"Thank you for your understanding," she said. "You're so much nicer than the man I hit on the way out."
to get into
|-||a place where a surface has been pushed or knocked inward|
|-||the large glass window at the front of a vehicle. The British term is windscreen.|
|-||to tell someone that you are sorry for doing something wrong or for causing a problem|
to pull into
|-||if a vehicle or driver pulls into a place, they stop there|