Answering "Pulling out of a parking lot onto a street and you have to back up to avoid on coming car and the car behind you hits you who is at fault?"
A lot of people will go to a school or church parking lot to practice. Also you can find a quiet road with one or two cars parked at the curb, practice parallel parking behind just one vehicle, then when you're comfortable with how you park behind one vehicle, find two cars to park between.
The person who ran into you from behind of course because they should be stopping, or slowing down when you turn in the parking lot.
I always turn on my hazard flashers to let the person behind know I am coming to a complete stop.
it is not the trucks falt because the carstopped behind the truck when they new it was pulling out
Good driving habits, using mirrors, parallel parking, 3 point turn, parking even in a parking space, using seat belts, signaling turns, lane changes, not speeding, etc. They just tell you where to go and watch how you do it.
Were you backing up? Would need more specific details regarding the facts of loss to be of more assistance.
While there is no right way to parallel park, there are several unwritten rules to parallel parking that everyone should know. Rule#1 Never upset another parallel parker, especially if they park in front or behind you. Some things that upset other drivers are (a) not leaving them enough space to manuever out of a parking space (b) parking your vehicle with your front bumper mashed into their rear bumper. Rule#2 To keep your bumpers safe when parking, never park in a tight space and always give other cars enough space to exit a parking spot. A driver that's locked into a parking spot is like a caged animal...they will bump your car as many times as needed.
Depends on the jurisdiction, but typically, two vehicles backing up is a 50/50.
The person backing out. If you were in the lane/road behind them they needed to use caution when backing out.
If "Car A" is parallel parking, it has the right of way over "Car B". If the parallel park was indicated properly by "CAR A", then "Car B" should not have been in a position to pull into space behind "CAR A" as "CAR B" should have hung back as soon as the paralell park was indicated by "CAR A".
One possible cause of intermittent pressure or pulling behind 1 eye is problems with the sinuses. Allergies can also cause pressure behind the eye.
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.
replace the fuse box for the parking breaks located behind the pedals
behind the headlight
it is behind the parking break.
They hit you. There is a reason you never cross a double yellow line.
It's behind the big bracket with the water lines running through it and behind all the belts. Pulling the alternator will give you room to work. BE CAREFUL pulling the bracket off! It breaks easily. It's behind the big bracket with the water lines running through it and behind all the belts. Pulling the alternator will give you room to work. BE CAREFUL pulling the bracket off! It breaks easily.
Behind a CPU!
It is your fault.
You if you were backing up. If you were waiting at a stop sign or stoplight or even an entrance and someone else hit you, it would be the person behind's fault.
The duration of Someone Behind You is 1.4 hours.
behind the panel,next to the parking brake.