that would be the person that goes into reverse, because as long as you are stopped it is not your fault. the only possible chance of it being your fault is if you are in motion, but even than it would be a technicality that you could be At Fault.
Depends. If you've stopped and they've crashed into you from behind, then no.
Check the front brake pads.
The vehicle at fault would normally use their insurance. If their insurance does not cover the damage or the police considered the accident a non fault, the car stopped at the light will have to pay for their own vehicle.
No. For example if a driver stops at green light and the driver to his rear hits him, it is the driver in front's fault.
The car behind you
The car in the back is usually at fault in a rear end collision. The only exception would be if the car in front were backing up. The car in back is at fault for hitting you ,but if you are pushed into the car in front of you you are at fault for hitting that car.
It depends on the situation. If you stoped short and got rear ended it is your fault. But if you stoped becasue the driver in front of you stoped then it is that persons fault. If you are sitting at a stop light and get rear ended it is there fault. If you are parked in a parking zone and get rear ended it is there fault. Hope this Helped
both of you..
If car A is in front of car B, then car A is at fault
Check the fuse and horn relay.
Light is stopped when it is absorbed rather than reflected.
Pretty much any time you hit somebody from behind you are at fault, even if someone 'pushed' you into them. It means you didn't stop a safe distance behind the person in front of you. So the only person that isn't at fault is the person at the front of the line. It may be that the ones in the middle are held jointly responsible with the guy that ran into the line at the back end. There is no such thing as 'stopped a safe distance behind'. It depends on who hit who first. You are not at fault if your car is pushed into the vehicle ahead of you. If car 1 stops and is hit by car 2 and then cars 3 and 4 pile on, 2, 3, and 4 are responsible for their front end damage and the rear damage to the car ahead of them. If 1, 2, and 3 are all stopped at the light and the fourth car pushes them all together, that driver is responsible for ALL the damage.
It is generally the fault of the other person if you are hit in a front fender while making a turn on a green arrow. If you have the signal to make a turn, the other person generally does not have the green light as well.
The light is on because there is a fault somewher. To turn the light of you fix the fault.
THERE IS A SENSOR ON THE FRONT AND REAR BRAKE PADS ITS TIME TO HAVE YOUR BRAKES SERVICED
your transformer on the light has gone bad.
First step is to have it checked for trouble codes. If the check engine light is on, the pcm has detected a fault and set a code.
The gasoline engine usually shuts off when stopped at a red light.
You can't reset the parking light - It shows you have a fault at that time - Cure the fault and the light will go out - I have a problem with mine - I have an intermittent fault the light only comes on when the parking brake is faulty - most of the time the lights out
They can flip on their backs and also when a light hits their eyes their eyes light up
when gearbox fault light comes on, it means there is a problem with the gearbox. you need to take vehicle to a mechanic
It is a fault code on the ECU. It is not a service light.
Given just these facts, the only person at fault is the one who hit you from behind. They or their insurance are responsible for all resulting damage and injuries. Make them pay.
Basically if you are hit by an oncoming car while turning left, it is your fault unless they failed to stop for a red light or stop sign.