Whose at fault????

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Re: Whose at fault????

Postby zero » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:30 pm

diggler wrote:The policeman said the reverser is always wrong. I don't agree. If that were the case, that means if I see somebody reversing, I can just ram into them and it is their fault. I don't see how that makes sense. Yes a reverser should give way but was the accident caused by the reverser not giving way? If the car had stayed still, would the collision have occurred?

There are scenarios where more than one driver can be at fault or charged with a driving offence.
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