In almost all circumstances, the vehicle making the left turn must yield. And you, yourself, answered your own question by stating that you had the right of way. However, if you saw what was happening in time to avoid the collision, but hit the horn instead of the brakes, then you are partly liable for consequences you failed to avoid.
If he was truly stationary and you hit him, you are probably at fault. If he was illegally going through the turn, he might be at fault.
If you changed lanes and hit a car in the lane you are trying to get into you are at fault.
it means that you will go away and get straight to the matter.walk straight to the problem,without turning or going anywhere else before solving it.
I'm not sure what exactly your question is, but I believe that is the the "fault" of the car that is turning, even if the car going straight could/should have seen and been able to react to the turning car, the light is 'left turn yield on green' meaning, wait for the cars to go straight, and then turn when safe to do so.
In most all states you loose your right of way when you make a turn.
The car at fault would be the one leaving the stop sign because it's failing to yield to the car traveling straight (that is, if the vehicle going straight has no stop sign).
You, almost certainly, but possibly them: In a left-hand drive (right side of the road) country, you should not be turning left unless you are in the furtherest inner lanes. However, you should also not be going straight from an inner lane. Thus, if the lane you were in was marked as a left-turning lane, they are at fault; anything else, you will still receive your fair share of blame. In a right-hand drive (left side of the road) country, exactly how you manage to turn left and hit someone on a lane inside of you is beyond me, but you will be at fault. This applies even if they were approaching from a different branch of the road: a straight travelling vehicle has first priority, and after this comes right-turning traffic. You should not have turned until the path was and would have been completely clear as you turned.
The car with the sudden change in direction is at fault for not giving the passing car ample time to slow down. This assumes both cars were going the speed limit. It's the driver's responsibility to check the lane that they are moving into, to ensure there are no other cars (checking blind spots, mirrors, etc.)
Depends if you are turning or going straight. Assuming your cruise control keeps the vehicle at a constant speed.
It certainly gets pulled toward the Earth. Without the pull of gravity, the satellite would continue moving in a straight line, instead of going around the Earth in a circle or ellipse.
A failing wheel bearing is a likely cause.
To tell you the truth, You both are at fault. If you go to court, usually they will tell you that it's the person that didn't have the right - of - way's fault.
The duration of Going Straight is 1800.0 seconds.
Going to guess that this is a FWD and noise is from front and no noise while going straight?? Possible outer CV joint or loose front end part
check for loose connection on the battery or a ground somewhere...or just keep going straight....
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If a car is turning left from a stop sign and another car is coming towards them that also has to stop, the car that got to the stop sign first has the right of way. If they both get to the stop sign at the same time, the car that is going straight has the right of way.
If you are stopped at a stop sign and she hit you it is her fault. If she was stopped at a stop sign and you hit her it is your fault. If one of you pulled out and the other struck the car it will depend on several factors, including speed of both vehicles, where the cars were coming from and their relative positions on the roadway.
The driver of the turning car should YEILD as the car driving straight has the right of way. In Canada anyway.In the UK also
as a rule the car backing up is more responcible cause they should be being a lot more carefull and watchfull
Someone turning left always gives right away to the person driving going right at a solid green light unless a sign states otherwise. No signs, you better yield because if you cause an accident It's your fault.
The right of way belongs to the person turning right first, going straight through second, and turning left is last. Although, it is common courtesy to let the person who was there first, go first.
It is almost always going to be the car that hit the other car that is at fault. It is a presumption that a car that hits the rear of another car is going to be at fault.
No, Unfortunetly not.
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