I picked my son up in a loaner car today. A large GMC Terrain. I was parked in the parking spot and a small red car was behind me blocking a driveway. The GMC has the back up camera and also the noise maker when you get close. As I was backing up, I was stopping because of the beeping but the gentleman said I still had a little room (hand gesture to keep coming back). I had two kids in the car and both were watching. I tapped his car. MY FAULT. I am not disputing that at all. I was at fault, but the damage is suspicious. My vehicle is very high up. Around 24 inches before you have any vehicle and that would have bumped the car in mid grill. His car was damaged around 8 inches off the ground. A piece of plastic needs to be pushed back in and maybe a clip replaced. Really not major damage. There is NO sign of contact on my vehicle, on the back and underneath. I gave him my phone number and license and told him to call me when he got he the estimate and we would talk about it. He did not ask for insurance and since it was a loaner with no damage I was not going to go through it either. My problem is the car had previously been in an accident and we noted that. He agreed. DS took a picture of the car where he said the damage was and of my vehicle that had no damage. The other young man also told this guy what he saw and looked at both vehicles for damage. What would you do? Pay the amount he asks for or try to fight it? I am on the fence. I know my mechanic would pop it back in and say have a nice day. I am concerned this man is going to try and get more than is required. (Both boys got that feeling from him also). I do have other students who saw this man keep telling me to back up, but again, I do know it is my fault. Thoughts??