It would be my opinion that you are both At Fault. Car A should have been looking all around before backing out of a driveway. It sounds like car B made an illegal u turn and crossed double yellow lines. I would say that both of you are equally at fault. Just my opinion
Only when pulling in or out of a driveway. Commercial and residential alike.
yes of course you can........if it is a driveway then the liklihood of it is that it doesnt have double yellow lines outside
One of the ways you can cross a double or single yellow solid line is when you entering or exiting a driveway
The average width of a single car driveway is between 10 and 12 feet. As for a double car driveway, it goes up to 20 feet.
When two parallel solid yellow lines separate lanes of traffic, the only legal maneuver you can perform is turning left into a driveway on the opposite side of the road.
Stop on your side, wait for a clear road, and yes you can cross the double yellow line to enter a driveway.
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You should never need to do so. If the driveway is on the opposite side of the road, find a way to enter it FROM that side of the road. If doing so isn't possible, then you have no choice-- enter the driveway by crossing the yellow lines.
Yes, providing that you do not interfere with traffic already flowing on the roadway.
no they mean that there is no parking
If I understand the question you were both backing at the same time into traffic? If that is the case, likely be deemed 50/50, or if one person had ''possession of the lane'' then the other party would carry most if not all of the negliegence/liablility This is similar to what happened to my car, but in my case, my car was still not quite out of the driveway when the other car hit my left tail light area with her rear bumper, so basically she backed out perpendicularly to the street, crossing 3 lanes. And this a 4-lane street with double yellow line.
Yes you can. You cannot pass another vehicle at that point.
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no passing or crossing just turning left
Double yellow lines signify only NO PASSING, they are not a barricade to making a lawful left turn into a driveway or business on the opposite side of the road.
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No. Never ever ever cross a double yellow line unless its a private driveway. big ticket if you do, even though people do it all the time
When there are 2 sets of double solid yellow lines you may not cross it for any reason. They are treated as though it is a solid wall. If there is only one set of double yellow lines you can turn across it to enter a driveway or parking lot.If the inner line is a dashed line(and it would be wider than 2 feet) that area is used to begin or complete left turns