Post Date August 12, 2012 - A Parsippany, NJ man’s NJ Car Insurance Policy could be in danger of being cancelled. The driver is accused of DUI and a laundry list of driving offenses after his 2012 Audi A5 flew over a guard rail on Route 46. After his car landed, the Audi ended up on the opposite side of the road. The accused Parsipanny, NJ man maintains he was not driving his vehicle that time. The at fault accident occurred the early morning July 15, 2012. The man identified as Venkatesh Mannava, age 30, is being charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, failure to stop, hindering apprehension, failure to exhibit his driver’s license and registration, failure to wear a seat belt, and refusal to submit to breath tests. Although his NJ Car Insurance Policy could be cancelled for the DUI, a NJ Car Insurance Policy could be cancelled for any one of the charges leveled against the Parsippany NJ man.
NJ Car Insurance Policy May Cancel
According to Parsippany NJ police, Mannava’s vehicle exited Columbus Way at a very high rate of speed. The police report says that Mannava lost major control of his car and struck the center median curb and guard rail before flying over the guard rail into on coming traffic. Mannava’s vehicle was travelling west on Rt 46 before coming to rest facing the east direction. Although Mannava was the man arrested at the scene and later charged with a half a dozen serious traffic offenses; strongly denies that he was the one driving the vehicle.
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