Are you at fault if you hit somebody when you change lanes because there is a truck with emergency lights flashing and you cannot see the pedestrian?
If you changed lanes, before it was safe to do so, regardless of the reason I would say , yes, you are.
The car knocked a pedestrian who was crossing the road because of you are too excited that you have a new car and the pedestrian was saw your car approaching so for this case is you or the pedestrian?
Pedestrians in the philippines are at risk because of drivers not following the right way. People are the priority when crossing a pedestrian, therefore the vehicle should stop regardless of any kind (depends if its an emergency) should stop and let the people go through from the start and to the end (make it to the other side). But unfortunately, drivers just pass by not caring whether there are people crossing on the pedestrian.
What should you do if you are being overtaken by an emergency vehicle flashing its emergency lights?
Pull over if you can do it safely to let them by. The reason they only flash the lights without sirens is because they do not want to upset the people they are going to take care of. Some people with heart conditions could die if they get excited. Some other emergencies require the people involved not to be subjected to the noise of the sirens. They do not want to get them upset. When…