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Answered 2010-06-10 03:54:46

Not enough detail here to determine fault

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The vehicle exiting the parking space that did not yield to oncoming traffic.



it is both of their faults because the person who was backing up should have look more carefully and the the other car should check where they are going







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.


In the above described incident - it is probably the striking ve3hicle that will be ruled at fault. Private parking lots are not public roadways and it will probably be the insurance company which assigns the blame for the collision.


Any time the driver who is backing is at fault, in all 50 states.


Well if you were backing in and hit someone then it is your fault. But if they hit you, then it is their fault.


both because ur not quick enough ;) the other guy is thick cos he drove into you!! So more his fault!!





If you are pulling out and hit the other car.....you are. Person in the lane has the right of way.




If you back into somthing its your fault regardless of whether it was parked improperly or not. You were suposed to be looking


You are at fault. You are backing out of a space and you must yield the right of way to the other vehicles traveling in the aisle.


the one that is at fault is the driver that pulls out of their space that then caused both cars to crash . the one at fault should have waited until the other driver parks .


I do not feel the the son was at faught because If the tale-end of the car was totally out into the intersection the other driver was to yield to him, especially if passing the son driver was going to cause the driver to go into another lane.


The greater fault lies with the person backing out of the parking space. You may still be partially at fault for not driving with due care.



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