A safe distance, there is no defined limits of this type as driving near parked cars is situational (at best).
Six car lengths is a good distance.
Driving farther from parked cars or something like that
One car length for every 10 miles per hour of speed.
Who is at fault in California when a parked car opens their door into the passenger side of your car while you are driving?
I would think it is the parked cars falt. Call a lawyer. They can tell you right off. I would think it is the parked cars falt. Call a lawyer. They can tell you right off.
Who is at fault when a car backs into a parked car and the parked car rolls into another parked car?
Come on, you know the answer to this. The person driving the car that caused the damage to the two parked cars is responsible for all damage. Who else would be at fault? Accept responsibility for your actions.
Kindly ask the landlord to move it.
Yes it can be an adjective: We walked past the parked cars.
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Some countries have a campaign on driving safe. One of the problem of people not driving safely is that they are provoke by other rude drivers, leading to racing, taking over or even smashing their cars. So to have a safe trip, not to be rude but courtesy is the key.
There are 16 ways that four cars can be parked in a row of four parking spaces. You would multiply the number of cars by the number of spaces.
Safe distance is 2 seconds, or 4 car lengths. More if snow is on the ground or its raining.
One car length for every 10 miles per hour.
Stay a safe distance away from all cars
Be aware of your surroundings, reduce your speed, turn on the car's headlights and keep a safe distance between cars. If roads are starting to slip drop down a gear and do not brake use the engine to slow the vehicle
If your car is running when parked then it is burning gas. Cars use gasoline to run the engine.
I always heard of the two second rule but I am not sure if that is law.
A car parked alongside a highway at night should have their parking lights on.
it is recommende to keep a gap of at least two seconds behind the car in front of you so the distance varies with the speed
Yes, although it isn't said right out, if you watch the Trailer on www.thesims3.com there are cars parked in the driveways and driving down the road. One could only assume so. * Yes you can drive cars and im 99% positive that you can either create and/or download other cars.
one car length per 10 miles per hour
Many cars are sent from the factories on trains or long haul car transporters to sales agencies. Here in western Canada thousands of cars arrive from Asia in huge ships and are parked at massive lots until delivered by trucks to their respective sales outlets. Very few, if any modern cars are actually delivered by driving them.
chasing parked cars
lots of cars or many spaces filled or a full car park
One can find used Volkswagen cars at car dealerships. Usually, car dealerships certify their used cars to be safe for driving. One can also find used Volkswagen cars on sites such as Kijiji and AutoTrader.
Often, self-driving cars are safer than human-driven cars, but of course the software and the manufacturing aren't foolproof. Most car manufacturers who are working on self-driving cars suggest that the person in the driver seat monitor the situation, so they can take over if something goes wrong. Self-driving cars are a relatively new technology, and although they are already very good with a very very low incidence of accidents, I am sure that they will… Read More
Yes you can turn as long as there are no oncoming cars or the oncoming cars are at a safe distance that you can make the turn.
You are drving and there are on coming cars on your left and a row of parked cars on your right. you should steer?
I would apply the brake.
Depends on the size of the cars and how close you want them parked.
you cant see it because of shrubbery or parked cars
Usually when parked at a speed trap or when stationary.
No. Let the police do that.
The fathers' cars are all parked in the drive.
Some people incorrectly believe: "It is the parked car driver that is at fault because the car was parked past the sign." However, a parked car does not have the ability to see and avoid other cars; the drivers of the other cars are responsible for trying to avoid hitting any object that may be standing in the way, regardless of how it got there or whether it happens to be there legally. Could I… Read More
The rule that i always follow, is 3 seconds behind the car ahead of you !!
Are you at fault if you leave your car door open for more than a few seconds and someone runs into it?
Yes. If you leave your car door open on the drivers side and are parked on the correct side of the road you are at fault. You need to look before you get out of the car to make sure it is safe. Moving cars have the right of way against those which are parked.
This is when you are driving in between two cars, one to the right and one to the left. You are in the middle and that is consider a "danger alley". This is not a safe position in a freeway.
They are very safe cars the metal they use for the cars is strong and when you crash it gets pushed in but its safe ALL volvos are safe
No, the driving of the cars will not be any different. It will be like driving any old gas car.
Zero, cars are parked more often than they are driven.
As long as all parked cars are not in any violation of traffic laws then no. (AKA Not parked in front of fire hydrants, at least 15 feet away from a stop sign etc..)
Cars in the 1960's were very safe except for the Chevrolet Corvair.