What hapens when a car backs into a passing car from a parking space in a car park?
Sheet metal damage? And the one reversing out of the parking space is responsible, he's the one who should have made certain that the road was clear.
Who is at fault if car 1 is waiting for a parking space in a parking lot and somebody backs up and hits car 1 at the rear?
The actual parking space or the parking decal ?? The parking space istelf has to be marked on the ground and a sign stating that it is a handicapped area - both have to be present. The parking decal is also assigned to the handicapped drivers license - so by having a police officer run the parking decal it will state who the driver is that has been assigned that decal.
While backing out of a parking space in a school parking lot your son hit another car that was moving through the parking lot Are parking lot accidents no-fault your state is Missouri?
Parking regulations vary by municipality. You will need to check your local zoning and/or development regulations for the requirement in your area. Most codes will require a certain number of space based on the number of seats (e.g. 1 parking space for every 4 seats) or based on square footage (e.g. 1 parking space for every 250 SF).
The person at fault would be the one backing into a parking space. Because they are going to look at it as, your supposed to pull into the parking space front first, not backing in. So it would be your fault. But I'm sure that both of you would get a ticket or something else, because they hit you, and you are violating parking lot conduct.
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…
The New York cooperative law on providing handicap park spaces is tenants who are disabled are entitled to a parking space. According to standards, the space, location and size must be suitable for the disabled tenant. A sign with the appropriate symbol must be visible at the specific space of parking.
A parking lot is 180 feet wide a crew paints three white lines to divide the lot into equal lanes how wide is each lane?
60 feet wide (180/3)=60 The 60' will actually consist of a two-way traffic lane AND parking perpendicular to the lane on both sides... So the 60' is further divided into an 18' deep parking space, a 24' wide vehicle lane, and another 18' deep parking space. If you have angled parking or one way traffic lanes, you can reduce the 60' width. This is called a double loaded lane (parking on both sides) and is…