The guy from the parking spot because he is looking behind him for oncoming traffic. The guy coming out of the alley wasn't too bright either. Think about it.
The parking at Heathrow airport is very organized. Every car has a specific spot with lanes for entering and leaving.
Whomever caused the accident is generally considered the at fault party. It does not matter whether or not your in a parking lot.
you call them as s holes for parking there.
When he causes the accident
Parking lot accident are the most awful claims to deal with. Unless you have witnesses or video of the accident. It is a case of he said/she said. Since all parking lot of private property, it is not a policy issue either. Most of these cases end up being a 50/50, 60/40, or 30/70 type of at fault claim. If you are ever involved in an accident in a parking lot, find witnesses and get their information! Also, check to see if there are cameras in the lot and get footage of the incident.
The car that is in motion is ALWAYS at fault.
If you strike him - you are at fault. He can be charged with the No Parking violation but YOU are charged with the collision.
the person pulling out
The vehicle exiting the parking space that did not yield to oncoming traffic.
the senior citizen s h i t s himself before he gets to the parking lot.... and you clean him after leaving.... its typical
To directly answer your question, I would say that the vehicle leaving a parking spot - in a parking lot - DOES NOT have the right of way. Any vehicle leaving a parking spot to a public road would also NOT have the right of way. This answer is given under the authority of COMMON SENSE.
The person backing out I am asuming other person has finished reversing and is leaving if I understood correctly
Same as if your not parallel parking. Whoever it was that hit the other car is liable for the damages and repairs.
Leaving the parking brake on while you drive
If they were not parked illegally then they are not responsible for your accident.
back their vehicles into parking spaces to assist in ease of leaving the parking lot.
Your mum, Steve.
Backing up or entering a lane of traffic is always determined to be the cause of an accident. Drivers in those situations are required to yield to approaching traffic.
Yes, the car has to yield
nope unless there is a car coming!
There are a great many different private parking lot car accidents. This is the most common type of accident in fact.
Its the person that hit the car coming in to the parking lot because probably the bad car was speeding. :)
to keep it from moving and causing an accident