If you are pulling out and hit the other car.....you are. Person in the lane has the right of way.
if the car b pulls in out of no where and with out the signal is car b fault
The driver of the parking car is at fault... he shd allways keep a man to inform him about danger, whenever backing in such a speedy street....
A car in reverse is almost always at fault if it gets in a collision, unless you can prove that the other vehichle was driving recklessly.
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 .
Originally you are at fault unless you were in the process of backing up before the offender had arrived. If however he was present before you started to back up and claims he was unable to stop than you were at fault. GOOD LUCK IN COURT :)
anytime someone is backing out of a driveway or parking spot, they are at fault. The other driver will only be sited for speeding.
If he pulled out in front of a car driving on the street and it struck his car, then he is at fault. If he was rear-ended by the car following, then the following driver is at fault.
Their fault for not looking both ways
This is known as a normal fault.
* While driving, the vehicle pulls heavily to the left or right
it is the person who pulls out on your street
If he was truly stationary and you hit him, you are probably at fault. If he was illegally going through the turn, he might be at fault.
With only your brief description of the accident it would appear that "someone" is at fault, but there are a lot of unknowns in the equation. Like, was there a stop or yield sign or did this happen at the uncontrolled intersection of two public roads? Were you driving "straight ahead" on a private road and they "pulled out in front" on the street?
In Britain it is the car that pulls out that is at fault. Indicators are regarded only as "courtesy" items and you trust them at your own risk.
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Typically, if you hit someone from the rear, you are judged as 'at fault' because it is assumed you will have enough 'safe driving distance' and speed limit to stop for any interference. If you hit the car on a side panel, showing you were closer when the person pulled out, they may be judged as 'at fault'. If you hit the front of their car, the person pulling out was more likely at fault (depending on your speed and distance). HOWEVER, all that said, the best protection after an accident is to call the police, let them make their report, and take pictures before the cars are moved.
The most common parking brake pulls a cable that mechanically activates the rear brakes. The cars hydraulic system is not involved with this.
A vehicle traveling in a parking lot has established use of the lane and the right of way. A vehicle in a parking space and backing into the lane must yield to oncoming traffic. Therefore, if a vehicle is backing out of a parking space and pulls into the path of an oncoming vehicle that has already established the lane, the vehicle backing would be at fault for the accident. However, if the vehicle which established use of the lane had an opportunity to avoid hitting the vehicle backing out of the space and failed to do so, there could be comparative negligence on both vehicles or on the one who had the opportunity to avoid the accident.
it is ALWAYS the fault of the backing driver. They bear the responsibility to make sure they can back with safety.
dependant on the amount of time needed to react. usually if you rearend them, it's your fault, if you t-bone them, it is their fault.
Finding out the answer to these sorts of questions is what courts are for. The answer depends on the details, but from the brief description given, I'm inclined toward the position that it's probably your fault, or a mixture of fault, but with you being the one mostly in the wrong. People who are backing up are supposed to take extra caution.
It is always the responsibility of the vehicle entering a flow of traffic to yield to the oncoming traffic. The striking vehicle could be found to be at fault but it would have to be an unusual circumstance.
All entries into a roadway should be treated as a stop sign. The vehicle entering the road is the vehicle that should be defensive. If the car B was not speeding or driving erratically, there is no fault there.
If a vehicle is pulling into roadway from driveway, the vehicle pulling out is at fault.
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