If you rear end someone who deliberately slammed on the brakes in a road rage incident who is liable for the damage to both vehicles?
when i worked for the police department,the rule was to stay at
least one car length behind the vehicle in front of you so you
would have time to stop.we are to proceed with causion when it
comes to drivers with bad behavior. let them go around you, don't
provoke, they are the ones with the problem,.get into the far right
lane and proceed with caution- go slow just in case they do
something stupid. it doesn't matter to the law if that person was
having road rage, some people slam on brakes because an animal runs
out in front of the car. or a person hits the brakes because they
spilled coffee on their lap, many of excuses but you have to stay
far enough behing in order to give yourself time to stop.by the
way, far right lane is for slow people and the far left lane if far
passing. if you are blocking up traffic you can be given a ticket.
that's why they post signs on major highways that say minimum speed
45 and maxium speed 70, if you go too slow you can be given a
ticket. if you was blocking traffic and cars couldn't go around
you, or if you get to nervous to drive, you may want to have
someone else drive you.