This is pretty disappointing.  According to a new survey from MarketWatch, 17% of people say they would never leave a note with their contact info or insurance details if they hit a parked car.

That's one in six people who just drive away and leave you with a brand new dent.

And just under half of people say they'd only leave a note if the damage they caused looked serious.  That means only about one-third of people would leave a note when they dinged someone else's car.

People over 55 are most likely to say they'd leave a note . . . people under 24 are least likely.

31% of people say they wouldn't leave a note because they're embarrassed about the accident.  30% say they wouldn't leave a note because of the financial implications.