It would depend upon the circumstances. If the passenger is a fully functioning adult, then yes, it would likely be the passenger's fault. If, however, the passenger was under the charge of the adult driver (such as a young child, or an adult with diminished mental capacity), then it could be argued that the driver created the circumstances in which the crash was liable to occur by placing the passenger in the front seat, and the driver could therefore be found to be at least partially At Fault.
Actually, Paul Walker was the passenger in the crash that claimed his life as well as driver Roger Rodas. They were in Rodas' Porsche Carrera GT when it went out of control and hit a lamppost and trees. An investigation later determined that high speed was the lone cause of the crash.
Each tire has two ball joints. If they break you will lose control of the steering and crash.
because its like a plane when you go on cruise control it controls the speed and the gears but you have to control the way it goes it wont steer its if you let go of the steering wheel you will crash and you dont want to cause an accident
In a crash, rear seat passengers in a car
A broken strut can cause the tire to crash into the wheel well. This can cause loss of control of the vehicle and it can cause the axle to break.
It may leak out and/or blow the cap off. The loose cap could possible land in or near the belts (although this is unlikely) causing further problems including breakdown (stalling or overheating) or power steering failure which can cause loss of steering control and a crash. Usually it just leaks out a little, though.
Quatermaster Robert Hitchins
cause it did
yes, police can crash, anyone can, but the police don't crash as often because they are in control
Thomas Losito invented the collapsible steering column after his friend had died in a car crash.