If a car is half way out of the space and another car comes along and hits it whose at fault?
Believe it or not, the one who hits the car under Texas law will be at fault. It's call failed to control speed. Now if it's in a public parking lot, many times the oficer will advise you to settle it in court because of the location on the accident!
When it comes to parking lots things get complictaed. In general Parking lots are private property, meaning that the rules of the road are not always in effect. Usually if an accident occurs and the police are called they will issue an accident report with the notation of cannot dissern fault, meaning they were not there at the time of the accident therefore they cannot tell who was at fault.
If you were parked in a parking space and you back out of your spot and while you are still backing out of it another car backs into you That is their fault right?
Generally, the person backing out is at fault. If you are both backing out you're probably both at fault and will probably share the cost of repair, with each repairing their own. yes because you were backing out and they hit your car its their fault!!!!!!! yes because you were backing out and they hit your car its their fault!!!!!!!
Who is at fault when you are backing out of a parking lot space and another vehicle is about to park right next to you?
It is not rare to be in this particular situation. Really, you are not at fault, but you still shouldn't get angry at the other vechicle's driver. Another View: Not enough information is given in the question. If the other car was stopped and waiting for you to back out and YOU ran into THEM, YOU are at fault. If both cars were in simultaneous motion (they were pulling in while you were backing out)…
Who is at fault if you back up to get a parking space and driver whom is parked back in first pulls out of their space and both vehicles collide?
Who is at fault if you have looked and are backing into a space and someone else tries to pull into the space and you hit them?
If you are backing into a parking space and you are hit by the drivers side door to the rear wheel who is at fault?
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Who is at fault if one vehicle entering a parking lot from traffic hits another vehicle going straight in a parking space?
The person at fault would be the one backing into a parking space. Because they are going to look at it as, your supposed to pull into the parking space front first, not backing in. So it would be your fault. But I'm sure that both of you would get a ticket or something else, because they hit you, and you are violating parking lot conduct.
If you are backing out of a parking spot and another person cuts in behind you to get into a parking space who is at fault if you back into them?
If you are both moving, the one at fault is whoever the police officer says is at fault on the accident report. That's all I can tell you with this information. I hope you called the police. They will say you backed into them and you will say they ran into you. Without a police report faulting one of you, the insurance company will say both are 50% at fault which means each pays for…
Who fault if person backing out of a parking space and hits a car driving the wrong way in a car park?
Who is at fault if you were parked in a parking lot with your door already open and another car hits your door trying to park next to you?
If the facts are as stated in the question, then the driver pulling into the space would be at fault. HOWEVER - the other driver's defense will very likely be that YOU opened the door on THEM. Without independent, non-interested witnesses it is going to be almost impossible to prove fault one way or the other.
When a car drives out of a parking space and another car hits the back of that car whose fault is it?
Which method of fault tolerance is least expensive per MB of storage disk duplexing or disk striping with parity?
has to be raid 5. raid5 with the parity will consume about 1/3 of the disk space but will give just about the highest level of fault tolerance. raid0 - disk striping - will give you the full disk space but no fault tolerance raid1 - disk splitting/ duplexing - will give you full redundancy but will cost 50% of your disk space raid5 - parity - will do block-level striping with parity data…