is a euphamism
for when one car
leaving each vehicle
of the encounter
. After trading
paint, it is often difficult
to avoid detection
, especially if you
return to the scene of the crime
Today, I learned that a one-way trade of paint is possible. As I
executed a careless maneuver, I made contact with another
vehicle, which left a care package of red paint on my bumper.
However, as my car is equipped with an entirely plastic bumper, I have
no paint to trade.
This happily left no evidence on my victim, and paint wipes from
plastic quite easily. Therfore, it seems I have executed a successful
hit and run. The perfect crime.
I don't really recommend this strategy. Instead, I suggest avoiding
the hit and run altogether, because pesky things such as witnesses
may become a complication.