Look at it this way...if you don't you will get into A LOT of trouble for hitting a pedestrian. Pedestrians ALWAYS have the right of way.AnswerThere is no single answer for all situations, except that you need to drive with adequate care.
No, absent a local statute to the contrary, pedestrians do NOT always have the "right of way", and they should be reminded of this with appropriate use of your horn, if there is time to encourage them to act smarter. When there are sidewalks, crosswalks, or safety islands, the pedestrians should use them, watch for moving traffic, and take responsibility when they don't. However, yes, you should "yield" to a pedestrian who is attempting to be hit by a car, if you can do so, in the same sense you should "yield" to a moose or a light pole that don't know any better.
In a shopping center parking lot, a driver should expect random pedestrians, inattentive drivers, rolling shopping carts, hidden obstacles, and other hazards that require extra care.
It is considered poor practice to hit a careless pedestrian or a car that is parked illegally, but in plain sight, if you can avoid it, making you liable if you don't. But pedestrians are often found "at fault" for creating the hazard that caused a collision through their own actions, such as "darting into the street", "crossing against the light", "opening door on traffic side of parked car," or other unexpected behaviour that puts them into the path of oncoming traffic.
In California a driver must always yield right of way to a perestrian in a crosswalk.
When you are done with your Shopping Cart, you can return it to the store, leave it in a Shopping Cart Corral, or a Shopping Cart Area, which usually says "Please return Shopping Carts Here!" Thank You or it may say " Please help keep costs low by returning your Shopping Cart Here! Thank You". If there are no cart corrals or such things like that in the parking lot, then leave it in the parking lot, just find a spot where a cart will fit, without damages any cars. Do Not Take Shopping Carts Off Store Premises!! It's the Law!!
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.
Definitely yes. In many cases (such as the building I live in) the residents have to pay a monthly or yearly parking fee to the landlord or owner. Some of them may be designated handicapped parking spaces. A guest has no right to occupy the residents' paid-for parking spots. A private residential parking lot is private property, and the landlord or owner has the right to restrict parking as they see fit. A guest, even with a handicapped placard, runs the risk of having their car towed away if they park in a space reserved for residents.
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