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Who is at fault when there is someone pulling out of a parallel parking spot and a car coming from behind hit each other?

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2005-11-24 15:13:08
2005-11-24 15:13:08

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.

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