Is it possible that you are both At Fault? The person backing out is at fault. He was stopped and should have been looking before backing out. However, if the parking lot is designed so that you can only go one way, then you may be at fault. The insurance companies will look at the police report and fight it out.
Tail-gating, cutting off another driver, stealing a parking space from another driver, etc.
The parking space was occupied by another driver.
I do not feel the the son was at faught because If the tale-end of the car was totally out into the intersection the other driver was to yield to him, especially if passing the son driver was going to cause the driver to go into another lane.
Both of you. Neither driver was watching where they were backing. The ultimate fault will be determined based on the police report and an investigation.
Unfortunately it's your fault since you're entering the "circle of traffic" whether it's circular or not. Fortunately parking lots are private property and not city streets. You may be able to just take care of your own damages..especially if the other driver admitted fault.
It's simple-- if you have a license. You steer you r car into the parking lot entrance and park you car where ever you want as long as there's not another car there already.
I doubt it. It was an empty parking lot. There was no obligation on the person parking to use one of the available spaces, unless there was a prohibition notice displayed which forbid parking beside the ATM. Even then, such a prohibition would be unenforceable if the parking lot is private land. For the driver of the parked car to have any 'blame', there would need to be a sign warning them that cars parked in this area were especially liable to damage. As the driver of the moving vehicle, you carry the blame for the collision.
Not for one car damaging another, the driver is responsible for that, but if a light pole falls on your car perhaps
Activate your turn signal; wait for the other driver to go around you.
The driver! ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer
If your car was already in the street when the other driver backed into you, it sounds like it's more his fault then yours. Unless there's serious damage to your car, the best thing would probably be to treat it as a shared-fault accident. Each driver pay for their own damage. No sense creating animosity with a neighbor over a mistake.
Since you completed your backup procedure and was completely stopped, the other driver who was moving was at fault.
At fault driver
the fuse box should be under the back seat on the driver side, if the parking light fuse isn't there it could be under the hood also on the driver side
The vehicle on the wrong side of the road will more than likely be deemed the majority if not all at fault.
back their vehicles into parking spaces to assist in ease of leaving the parking lot.
The driver of the other vehicle. You were moving and they were stationary, hence they didn't yield right of way to you. Chance are, the parking space was private property, so a citation wouldn't be issued. Laws in your state may vary.
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Get under the driver side of the suburban by the driver door and their should be a linkage that you can loosen
The main characteristic of the Chrysler Town and Country car is the parking feature. The parking feature on it lets the driver park without having the trouble of parking manually.
If my memory serves me correctly, it would be the fault of the driver who was in reverse if that driver struck the other car mostly on its broad side. After all, the driver who is pulling out of a parking lot has the right-of-way as opposed to someone in a parking spot. As far as an insurance claim goes the drivers would have to have insurance, and the driver who was struck would want to make sure they were driving within the bounds of the law (such as observing posted speed limits, stop signs, direction arrows,etc.).Hope this helps.
The actual parking space or the parking decal ?? The parking space istelf has to be marked on the ground and a sign stating that it is a handicapped area - both have to be present. The parking decal is also assigned to the handicapped drivers license - so by having a police officer run the parking decal it will state who the driver is that has been assigned that decal.
Any driver that is the backing vehicle has a greater and duty and care to maintain proper lookout at all times. The driver that was traveling on the throughfare has control of the lane of travel and the backing vehicle must yield to them. Infortunately, you would the proximate cause of the accident for improper backing.