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The car that is reversing out of the parking.

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If the guest is expected and there are no parking restrictions in place it is appropriate for the guest's vehicle to be parked either in the driveway, or in a designated parking place in the street in front or close to the house. If there are parking restrictions in place, it is important to find legal, appropriate parking for their vehicle.


Look in ALL directions and yield to ANY oncoming traffic.


At your house... the driveway, or a private garage. You could also say that a parking lot or parking garage is a storage place for cars.


The person who stole the car is at fault. If you are trying to place blame on the parking garage, I suggest you read their parking agreement. I would bet they state clearly they are not responsible for stolen vehicles. If they do not, you may have a case. But you would have to prove they did not use reasonable care in protecting your vehicle. Do you not have insurance?


In most place in New York City you can park in public parking for as little as $1.00/hr. One exception is Manhattan, below 96th Street, where parking is $3.00/hr.


You need to practice backing up slowly in a deserted place with a curb that is out of the way of other moving vehicles, perhaps the outer limits of a mall parking lot. Repeated practice will give you a sense of when your car is near the curb.


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A place to leave your car.


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The one "moving" in reverse. If one car is in motion and the other is parked, (not in motion) then the car in motion is the only one that can be at fault. We are supposed to look first before we place the car in motion.


Is this taking place on private property parking lot (like a supermarket lot) or in a parking location on a public street? If on a private parking lot it would probably not be illegal to pull out of the spot in the manner you say, traffic laws generally do not apply on private parking lots. However, if you do it without due caution and hit someone or something you can be charged with the collision.


It has been suggested that: " Loading zones are usually for delivery trucks or semi trucks delivering goods to the warehouse or store, so if your car was in the loading zone and you were not given permission to unload something you had in the car, then it's your fault for being there in the first place, and if it was just a car going by and it hit you, then they would be at fault as well." However, this ignores the fact that parked cars usually do not "cause" the collision merely by being there, whether or not legal. Otherwise, drivers would be free to collide with anything that gets in the way in violation of any law. No-parking zones are not usually for protecting other drivers from collisions with parked cars, but rather for the convenience of traffic or abutting businesses. Who is at fault if you hit a car at an expired parking meter? Whether a car is legally parked or not, the driver of every other moving vehicle has a positive obligation to pay attention and stop before hitting it! Simply parking illegally will almost never excuse another driver from hitting the parked car. The parking driver has an obligation to the TOWN to obey the signs, but unlike moving violations, has no obligation to other drivers to follow the parking law, with rare exceptions. You can't sue someone for illegally parking on a public street, especially after you crash into them. No obligation, no negligence, no fault, no payment.


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The car to the left is at fault, because as the person was reversing the child opened the door, the parents of the child in the car to the left should have seen that you were reversing and told the child to keep the door shut. It is also the car to the left's fault that your car is scratched because if they hadn't opened the door then the car wouldn't have been scratched. So overall it is the person in the car on the left's fault not yours. I hope i helped x well a driver backing out of any place is or could be held responsibile for all damages ,but as the child in a car and care of the parents or gauridant would have to take some responisbile for said damage ,with the courts who knows what would happen ,i would expect the out come to be in faviour off the driver backing out or it may go 50%--/50%to both its hard in the place of a parking lot as some rules of the road dont appllyas if back out of a drive way you would be liaibile for all damages but as we went throught a case some one like this iwe found not all laws apply in a parking area or structer.


no, you may not, because ,driving with just your parking lights only( in place of your headlights) is against the law


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