If your car gets keyed in a parking lot while you are working who is responsible?
If a car is keyed in a parking lot it is usually the responsibility of the owner of the car to get it repaired. Many parking lots have cameras, so it might be possible to put the blame on an individual for the damage.
If the driver had hit a pedestrian or a car that was sitting, waiting for a stoplight, who would be at fault? The driver is responsible for whatever he hits. While the parked car will get a parking ticket, that is not a "moving violation", and cannot be considered the cause of a collision. Drivers are responsible for avoiding ALL obstacles, even illegally parked cars.
Who is responsible if your car was hit while parked in a handicapped parking spot at a military base but no note was left?
My car is being damaged by a squirrel while parked in my rental parking space. Has happened twice in 2 weeks and has cost me over 300.00 dollars each time. Isn't my landlord responsible for damages?
Is the parking space a rental parking space, or is it the parking space for your rental apartment/home? In the case of the former, you have the right to ask your landlord for a different parking space, especially if you're the one paying its rental. In the case of the latter, unless that parking space is assigned to you -- that which you may ask to change -- then you need to park somewhere else…
You were driving in a parking lot and a shopping cart hit your car. Did someone push it out in front of you or did you hit it while it was just sitting there waiting for the parking lot attendant to come get it out of the hot sun. I would guess the driver of the car is a fault since a shopping cart is an inanimate object.
If parked in a hotel leased parking garage while staying at the hotel who is responsible for the insurance deductibles if the car gets broken into smashed window and all contents was stolen?
If you are parallel parking and was moving towards the empty spot. Then someone passed you on the left and you collided with him who's fault is it?
yours. You are responsible for your vehicle. you are responsible to know what and who is around your vehicle at all times while it is in motion. the other car may have acted thoutlessly or may not have been paying attention and neither were you. We need to be more aware of our surroundings while driving. All accidents can be avoided if one person is paying attention to the other.
Is bank liable for a client who is going to deposit cash at bank and he is robbed and injured at the bank's parking?
Is My Alternator Working? I take my vehicle to one my local nationwide auto parts stores [like Autozone, O'Reilly, etc.]. They have handheld, portable, test equipment with which they can test alternators, batteries, and electrical systems on my truck while in their parking lot. In our area [SE Texas] these testing services are free.
Two parts that are "keyed" are shaped so that there's only one possible way to put them together. Manufacturers do this to prevent users from assembling things wrong. To people in North America, a standard 110V outlet and its two-pronged plug are a familiar example of keyed parts. One prong is bigger than the other, so that there's only one way to insert the plug. Could also mean the act of taking a key and…