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Who is at fault if you hit a car from behind that was stopped with a flat tire on the fast lane after a curve?

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2005-10-18 03:59:16
2005-10-18 03:59:16

The person who rear-ended the stalled car is at fault. As a driver you are always required to be able to stop your car for the most unexpected situation. This means that if you need to slow down going around a corner because you never know what might be in the middle of the road then that is what you do.

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