Hey there. So I got into my first car accident.?

I was driving my truck and hit a small chevy car. We were at a right turn and I did not see them ( idk if they weren't there at first or I just couldn't see them because their car was small ) I hit their left back side some part of the bumper came off .
they were from Mexico on vacation and I was wondering

I was driving my truck and hit a small chevy car. We were at a right turn and I did not see them ( idk if they weren't there at first or I just couldn't see them because their car was small ) I hit their left back side some part of the bumper came off .
they were from Mexico on vacation and I was wondering how it would work with our insurance since they showed their Mexican insurance and driver license.
I have liability insurance and dl as well.

Other answer:

Percyqted:
Just call your insurance and pass on all details. As it would appear to be your fault you will be pay for any damage to your truck out of your own pocket. It doesn't matter where the other vehicle was from, it was there and you didn't see it. If you can't see small vehicles from your truck what chance is there of you seeing a small child? Get a smaller truck you ain't safe in that one.
oklatom:
It works like this. You were at fault. You call your insurance and give them the information about the car you hit, they pay for the damage you caused. It's possible your rates will go up at renewal.
Skoda John:
Then you should not be driving your truck if you cannot see when driving it.
What you mean is you did not look.
How would you feel if a semi driver did that to your truck.
Yes it is your fault.
Your insurance needs to be sent the details.
AlCapone:
You and your own insurance company are responsible since you were at fault. Sorry that your poor driving skills messed up someone's vacation.
g:
Inform your insurer immediately. Give them all truthful detail, including all the information you gathered from the other motorist. It is inconsequential that they are residents of Mexico. Your insurer will use your liability coverage to pay for the cost of their damage repair needs.
choko_canyon:
Since you were technically at fault, your insurance company will pay for their damages. Possibly they'll raise your rates a bit, possibly not, depending on the company.