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Toward Each Other

Turning left
Rule 12,5
A
0%
B
100%

A very common accident. If B crosses in front of A, B is at-fault.

Sometimes B will say A had their right turn signal on, but went straight instead. Or that A had a yellow light, and proceeded when they should have stopped. Doesn"t matter, B is at-fault.

If it is a red light, there is a fair debate if A is 50% at fault for running a red. Either way, B is still at fault for turning left because she also had a red light.

Both over centre line
Rule 12,2
A
50%
B
50%

This is a rare accident. Both drivers don"t often admit to being over the centre-line.

Details unconfirmed
Rule 12,3
A
50%
B
50%

This is a common accident. It is common because both drivers more often blame the other for being over the centre line.

Usually you"ll need an onsite-police report, or a dash cam video to prove otherwise.

One over centre line
Rule 12,4
A
0%
B
100%

Usually this rule requires some evidence. An on-site police report, dash-cam video, or an honest at-fault driver.

Leaving driveway, over taking
Rule 12,6
A
0%
B
100%

Whoever is leaving a parking lot has to be sure it is safe. Even though A is on the wrong side of the road, they are still on the main road, and B isn"t. A still has the right of way here.