If you rear end a stopped vehicle, which is pushed into another stopped vehicle and then that into another, you would be responsible for all of the vehicles.
What you see when you are following another car. That is the rear. Normally it is where the trunk is except on a rear engine car and then it is where the engine is. The rear axle of a car is sometimes referred to as "the rear" .
If with "one impact from the last car" you mean that the rear car hit the middle car and then the middle car, as a result, hit the front car, the rear car's insurance would be responsible for all damages. If the middle car first hit the front car and then the rear car hit the middle care, the rear car's insurance would only be responsible for the damages to the middle car. i.e. where was the first impact?
If you are the first contributor to the accident and you force the middle car in to the third, you are the responsible party. The third car may try to collect from the second party's insurance, who may subsequently try to collect from your insurance. If you rear end a car that is stopped and that car is pushed into the car in front of it, you are responsible for both vehicles' damages.
The driver of the first striking car is responsible for all subsequent damage.
Most of the time the car in the rear will be held accountable for the accident, there are times (albeit few) when this is not the case.
Maybe that thumping noise is the sound of another car smashing into the rear of your car.
It is almost always going to be the car that hit the other car that is at fault. It is a presumption that a car that hits the rear of another car is going to be at fault.
The parent or responsible adult operating the vehicle and in charge of the child, like the sitter or another friend or relative.
Nothing, if she as at fault she is responsible to the damages of her car.
The car that caused the first wreck is responsible for both wrecks for is initial wreck caused the wreck following it.
The driver who rear ended you is at fault.
The car behind you is responsible for the damage to both cars. They are also responsible for putting you and the other driver in a rental car while your cars are being fixed.
If a car hits a stopped car and sets that car into motion and it hits another car, the first car is responsible for both cars. A stopped car is not responsible when someone sets it into motion and it hits another car.
Answer: The vehicle that initiates the collision is at fault.
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unfortunate for the owner of the slider, they are responsible.
Yes. The car created a traffic hazard. The person who parked the car is responsible for any accident that occurred as a result.
Buy the car in W Virginia, and then register the car in Wisconsin.
Depends on what part of Wisconsin you are living in, your age, the make/model/year of the car.
The car owner is responsible.
The Person who hit your car.
If you live in Illinois you can buy a car in Wisconsin. You may have to pay the tax difference when you register the car in the state you live in.