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Answering "Pulling out of a parking lot onto a street and you have to back up to avoid on coming car and the car behind you hits you who is At Fault?"

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The guy from the parking spot because he is looking behind him for oncoming traffic. The guy coming out of the alley wasn't too bright either. Think about it.


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This is completely dependent on the space you parked in and the cars around you. OPTIONAL: If the hill is steep you will need to make sure that your car does not roll forward unintentionally by... 1. Applying pressure on the brake with your left foot if your car has an automatic transmission. 2. Applying brake pressure with the emergency brake if you car has a manual transmission. For parallel parking... 1. If there is a car in front of you but not behind you, reverse to a point where you can safely pull forward out of the parking spot without hitting the car in front of you, turn the wheels so they point into the street, and then pull forward out of the parking spot. 2. If there is a car behind you but not in front of you, pull forward out of the parking spot. 3. If there is a car both behind and in front of you, reverse as much as you can without hitting the car behind you, turn the wheels so they point into the street, and then pull forward making sure you have enough room not to hit the car in front of you. If you can not get around the car in front of you continue by turning the wheel of your car towards the curb, reversing as far as you safely can without hitting something, turning the wheel back towards the street, and then pulling forward to leave the parking space. Repeat as many times as is necessary. For standard or diagonal parking... 1. Pull out of the spot the only way that is not obstructed by a parking block, curb, or another vehicle.


Always walk so you can see the trafic coming towards you.


No it just means no parking in a certain area.


In most cases parking lots are private property and are not subject to street laws. Therefore, no insurance company will assume liability.


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Probably you are, because the guy going straight down the street has the right of way and it's your responsibility to make sure that nobody's coming when you're pulling out. But the insurance company might decide to split the blame, for example if the person who hit you was speeding, or talking on a cell phone, or drunk.


No. It doesn't belong to him. It is a city street and open for parking. The only time there are ordnances about parking is with trailers, boats, and a semi truck . These do that a time limit, but a car doesn't . You can park there.


According to the Philadelphia Parking Authority streets are patrolled from 8a.m-6p.m on Sundays. Meaning you could be ticketed for parking illegally during those hours. If there is no meter and no signs restricting parking and you are parked on the right side of the street, assume you are free to park there.



If the guest is expected and there are no parking restrictions in place it is appropriate for the guest's vehicle to be parked either in the driveway, or in a designated parking place in the street in front or close to the house. If there are parking restrictions in place, it is important to find legal, appropriate parking for their vehicle.



Scotland Neck NC "Not many people have been there but some people may know it as the town they might have passed through where people parked their cars in the middle of the street...yes we have parking spaces in the middle of the street" ". We are known for our wide main street with center parking"


there are no such things in vehicles - must have mistaken for "parking lights", which are used when parking in a dark/shaded street after dusk


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Contact your local parking enforcement. If it is a public street, there is little else you can do.



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