The person who crossed the line (whether stopped or not) is at fault. The other vehicle may not have had a chance to switch lanes in time and cannot be expected to pay for damages when they were just driving in their own lane. Either way, the police determine the fault since they are there to investigate and we, here at faqfarm, are not.
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.
The one who crossed lanes. As in driving without due care and attention, reckless endangerment, assault with a motor vehicle etc,.
If there ios a person, another vehicle or a large object blocking the forward movement of the vehicle it wold be unsafe to move stopped vehicle.
your speed minus their vehicles speed
It has to have the coverage on the vehicle that is broken down for you to have coverage. If you have another car with roadside assistance coverage but another of your vehicles breaks down they will not pay for the other vehicles to be towed.
If someone is looking for a vehicle that will carry another vehicle, there are many options. A tow truck, semi, or a semi with an attached trailer are all vehicles that carry other vehicles.
Usually, on non-commercial or low occupancy vehicles (passenger cars), there is no posted minimum stopping distance. You can bring your car as close to the stopped vehicle as safely possible, and not be in violation of anything. On some industrial vehicles and most high occupancy vehicles (buses) there is a waning sign on the rear bumper that says, "Stay Back X# Feet." When approaching a vehicle that has a similar warning label, try to stop that distance behind the vehicle.
vehicles <><><><><> It depends on whether you want plural or possessive. My vehicle's engine is bad. Our vehicles are bad. You can also have plural possessive: vehicles'
Another word for a mine vehicle is a tram. These are the little carts with wheels that go in and out of the coal mine.