Scott_C wrote:queequeg wrote:What road shoulder?
That's where the car stopped. If we assume she was going 100kph the collision site would be ~100m before this point if she didn't start braking until after the collision, by my estimate that puts the collision on the other side of the curve where there might be more of a shoulder, the fact that the shoulder disappears could help an argument he was on the shoulder until it disappeared and had to move into the road.
A quick check on Google Street View, taken in May 2017, shows that for the most part, Sedgwick Rd does not have a shoulder, including the section where this happened
https://www.theland.com.au/story/520827 ... r/?cs=3372