is fault of car behind the second car not yours
Assuming you have signalled in good time that you are turning right,most would agree that the fault lies with the car behind-who should have left enough distance to slow down. This happened to a friend of mine-the other driver lied and said that he did not signal,and changed lanes without warning.He was a convincing liar and won the case.So take nothing for granted-even basic facts can be dsputed.
If it was an open intersection, the driver turning left is at fault. If there is a traffic signal, stop sign or one way street involved, it could be either driver, depending on circumstances.
The car that hit you from behind is at fault.
The rear car would be at fault for not making a safe pass.
The person who ran into you from behind of course because they should be stopping, or slowing down when you turn in the parking lot.
Need more details about the incident, such as whether or not you drifted into another lane, and whether you were bumped by someone changing lanes, someone turning behind you, someone already in the lane you were turning into, etc.
its the engine diagnostics warning light which tell you have a fault following a audio signal and visual signal saying some kind of fault. its the engine diagnostics warning light which tell you have a fault following a audio signal and visual signal saying some kind of fault.
it would be the other guys fault for he would be the one who had to stopAnother view: First: any car that intends to pass another, HAS TO be travelling at a greater speed than the car they're passing.Second; Did the turning car signal their intention to turn?Third: Unless passing was prohibited on that particular stretch of road the turning car should have been alert to the possibility that they could be passed.From the bare facts disclosed in the question, it is my belief that, unless they were being passed in a No Passing Zone, the turning vehicle was at fault for turning into the path the the passing vehicle.
Generally yes you are at fault
The car with the sudden change in direction is at fault for not giving the passing car ample time to slow down. This assumes both cars were going the speed limit. It's the driver's responsibility to check the lane that they are moving into, to ensure there are no other cars (checking blind spots, mirrors, etc.)
If the turning vehicle was struck by a vehicle entering the roadway it would be the the fault of the vehicle entering the roadway.HOWEVER, if the entering vehicle was struck by the turning vehicle, it is the fault of the turning driver.
If you are hit from behind it is usually always the guy that hit you that is at fault unless you were in reverse backing up
Left front tire pressure monitor fault signal.
right turning car
Unless there is mitigating circumstances the driver in the rear that hit the car making the turn is at fault. You must maintain a safe distance between you and the car in front in order to avoid just such an accident. Now if the driver making the turn did not give a proper signal and stopped suddenly to turn, the rear car may have a case for it partially being the driver that was turnings fault, due to no signal being given. Which direction was the car that hit you travelling? If it was behind you going in the same direction, the first answer is correct. However, if it was going in the opposite direction and hit your rear quarter panel, you were turning left with on-coming traffic - your fault. If it was traveling either direction on the road you were turning onto, it would depend on the presence of any stop or yield signs or traffic signals.
the driver behind is not at fault as the in front should be liable as he was negligent
While all vehicles are required to have functioning turn signals and all drivers are required to properly signal their turns, all drivers are also responsible for hitting objects that are in the middle of the road. If you ran into the vehcle in front of you that was either going slower than you or stopped, you're at fault, whether he was turning or not. Don't weasle out of it, just pay for the damages and consider it a lesson learned and drive more carefully next time. I ALWAYS ANSWER THIS QUESTION AS A BROKER: THE PERSON DRIVING BEHIND IS AT FAULT, REGARDLESS OF THE BLINKER SITUATION! A DRIVER FOLLOWING A VEHICLE MUST ALWAYS KEEP A REASONABLE AND SAFE DISTANCE BEHIND OTHER DRIVERS AT ALL TIMES, (eg. 3 CAR LENGTHS OR IN BAD WEATHER 5-6 CAR LENGTHS) TRULY IT IS SOMEWHAT UNFAIR IF THE PERSON IN FRONT DID NOT HAVE WORKING BLINKERS, BUT THAT DOES NOT SPECIFY FAULT. THEY COULD BE TICKETED IF PROVEN THOUGH, THAT THE CAR WAS UNSAFE AT THE TIME OF ACCIDENT. (BLINKERS)
Obviously the person driving behind you would be at fault.
If the truck was directly behind the first vehicle (same lane) they would get the majority at fault. If they were in another lane and wouldn't have had to stop normally for the turning car it is harder to determine. The driver of the turning car would likely be found partially at fault for failing to maintain control of their vehicle.
The person turning right is at fault - although sometimes parking lot accidents are automatically deemed a 50/50 fault. Witnesses are useful as well as surveillance to prove your case.
The car that hit you from behind.
If you're proceeding (A) with a left arrow, you can be pretty sure the traffic signal is holding all conflicting traffic with a red signal. Otherwise the signal is defective. That said, the other driver (B) is likely at fault for failing to properly yield after stopping for a red light.
The driver of the car behind you is at fault. You may face separate legal issues if you were attempting to make an illegal u-turn, however even if the u-turn was illegal the driver in the other car had the last clear chance to avoid you and should have been in better control of their vehicle.
If he was truly stationary and you hit him, you are probably at fault. If he was illegally going through the turn, he might be at fault.
Titanic's sinking was not the fault of the engineers. It was not the fault of the Captain, nor the lookouts nor the crew.