It is your fault.
a normal fault
a normal fault
A normal fault.
A normal fault
Depending on witnesses, the person that hits the person from behind will be at fault. It is still your responsibility to be alert to what is going on around you, including stopped cars.
A normal fault would form.
Generally yes you are at fault
Rocks being pulled apart are under tension. This is found at divergent plate boundaries. It is a tension fault.
they are both at fault but the one behind is more to blame because you should know your safe stopping distance at the speed you are travelling.
It is pulled down along a fault line where two tectonic plates meet. If you are looking for a location there is a fault line right off the coast of california.
is fault of car behind the second car not yours
If you are hit from behind it is usually always the guy that hit you that is at fault unless you were in reverse backing up
the driver behind is not at fault as the in front should be liable as he was negligent
Obviously the person driving behind you would be at fault.
The car that hit you from behind.
Titanic's sinking was not the fault of the engineers. It was not the fault of the Captain, nor the lookouts nor the crew.
a divergent boundry
you are at fault
person coming from behind
A fault is where to tectonic plates meet but a fault zone is the area around a fault.
Unless you are backing up, a rear-end collision is almost always the fault of the person who hits you from behind.
If you hit someone from behind it is automatically your fault.