So. Just asking for viewpoints. Yesterday I was at a petrol station and as I pulled out, I scuffed the side of the car in front of me. Totally my fault, I misjudged it. The bloke wasn’t even in the car, he was in the station paying. He saw what had happened and came out. I apologised immediately- I know you are not supposed to admit liability but it was blindingly obviously my fault - his car was parked! He took photos of our cars with mine just touching his - which was all it was - then I pulled off to one side (this was my idea, I wanted us both to see the damage after i had pulled away because I assumed that as I pulled away it would damage it further). I then got out again so we could exchange details, as we agreed. However, once I had pulled off and gone back he said that it was fine, it was nothing that wouldn’t buff out. My car is a distinctive colour and I couldn’t see any of that colour paint on his car. I checked lots of times that he was sure, that he wasn’t just being nice because I was female but he said no it was fine. We shook hands without exchanging details and I drove off. My car had scraping along the side which has buffed out fine, a little dent and three scratches which will need touching up. I’m sorting these out myself. My question is, should we have exchanged details anyway? Obviously I would prefer it if he doesn’t go through the insurance, although he has a photo with my registration on so if he wants to he can and if he does, fine - he hadn’t done anything wrong. But is there anything else I should have done?