the person pulling out
A vehicle traveling in a parking lot has established use of the lane and the right of way. A vehicle in a parking space and backing into the lane must yield to oncoming traffic. Therefore, if a vehicle is backing out of a parking space and pulls into the path of an oncoming vehicle that has already established the lane, the vehicle backing would be at fault for the accident. However, if the vehicle which established use of the lane had an opportunity to avoid hitting the vehicle backing out of the space and failed to do so, there could be comparative negligence on both vehicles or on the one who had the opportunity to avoid the accident.
Backing up or entering a lane of traffic is always determined to be the cause of an accident. Drivers in those situations are required to yield to approaching traffic.
it is not the trucks falt because the carstopped behind the truck when they new it was pulling out
Backing up while driving is putting your car in reverse with your foot on the brake and slowly letting your foot off the brake. If you are pulling out of a parking spot you might turn the wheel.
"Who is at fault when someone is backing out of a driveway on private property and you are pulling into the driveway and you get hit?" "Who is at fault when someone is backing out of a driveway on private property and you are pulling into the driveway and you get hit?"
I was pulling into a parking space at Walgreen's at about 1:30pm on 3/4/09 and a white 4 door 1996 Taurus gl was pulling
I would have to say that technically it would be the driver pulling out of the parking space. TECHNICALLY speaking that is. The insurance companies would probably try to say it is an equal at fault accident maybe.
O.K. The vehicle that is backing out is backing out from private property. The vehicle that is pulling away should have the right of way. You see when a vehicle is trying to enter a Highway via driveway, parking lot, ect. he is ASKING for the right of way and he is responsible for yielding. Hope this helps. Thanks CMAC, 8 year SC State Trooper
Theone pulling out from a stop sign. The parking lot ALWAYS yields to the flow of traffic on the main thoroughfare.
If my memory serves me correctly, it would be the fault of the driver who was in reverse if that driver struck the other car mostly on its broad side. After all, the driver who is pulling out of a parking lot has the right-of-way as opposed to someone in a parking spot. As far as an insurance claim goes the drivers would have to have insurance, and the driver who was struck would want to make sure they were driving within the bounds of the law (such as observing posted speed limits, stop signs, direction arrows,etc.).Hope this helps.
It will probably depend on who was backing out first. The first one backing should have the right of way. Also the driving laws don't officially apply in private parking lots. The insurance companies will look at the collision based on driving laws though.
Pop hood, unscrew single screw on top of headlight next to parking light, pull parking light out (straight away from front of vehicle). Be careful when pulling out headlight not to apply force on back side of part where screw goes as it can snap off.
The car pulling from the parking space is at fault
need more info however if you were in the process of parralel parking , had pulled up to the car whose door opened into yours and the other driver opened the door while you were backing up then they are at fault and must pay you. If they were illegally parked (ie too far from curb- check local law on the distance -usually up to 18 inches from curb-, in a handicapped parking spot and they didnt have a handicapped permit etc) they have to pay you. Generally if you are pulling straight into a parking spot , if they whip their door open while you are pulling in it may be a 50/50 fault , check with your local police dept on local law. If all else fails get an atty . good luck e
Not required, but not a bad idea.
best answer without more infodepends if you're both backing up at the same time from opposite sides, which I'm assuming both of you were, then i would assume no one will be found at fault unless someone was recklessly pulling out (ie. speeding out). in the event that one person was backing out and the person was driving by instead of backing out as well, then chances are the person backing out will be found at fault unless proof can be shown that vision was impaired by an item out of the control of the driver.... or of course unless other specific circumstances are present.
It can be called a 50/50 accident... ususally the adjuster can determine that.
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) BOTH parties are at fault. One for not yielding and the other for backing without caution.
You should always stop when pulling out of a parking lot onto a road. There may be a car coming fast in one direction as you look in another.
the parking brake on 01 3500's are self adjusting. the only other way to further adjust the parking brake is to adjust the starwheels on the back side of the backing plate. there will be a small rubber plug on the top side of the backing plate pull that plug and crank the starwheeels with a small flat blade screwdriver until there is a slight drag. if this does not help the shoes will need to be replaced. this is done by pulling the wheels, axles then the axle nut keeper pin, then the 2 9/16 axle nut, followed by the wheel bearing, then the drum/rotor will slide off where you can service the parking brake assy.
You can perform angle parking by cutting the steering wheel at a sharp angle and then pulling into a space. Keep the wheel cut to achieve an angle.
Were you backing up? Would need more specific details regarding the facts of loss to be of more assistance.
Usually their is no fault associated with parking lots. I'm sure your insurance company looks at it as your fault.
The 1992 GMC parking brake release lever can be found on the bottom of the dashboard. Pulling the lever towards the passenger compartment will release the parking brake.