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When exiting parking spot has the right of way?

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2013-05-08 17:02:46
2013-05-08 17:02:46

This depends on the state you are in and most times whether it is a private parking lot or not. Florida is a no fault state so it you back out and hit someone or if someone hits you while backing out then you are both equally At Fault and both insurances have to cover. most cops here dont even ask because in a private parking lot it doesnt matter both insurances cover anyways.

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