Pawtucket, RI asked in Uncategorized for Rhode Island

Q: Has there ever been a rear-end collision in RI where the front driver was found at fault?

The lane was right turn only, with no traffic coming from traffic on the opposite side. The lane was marked at least 100 feet before turn. Front driver stops short. Meant to go straight, but there was no way to go straight in the lane they were in. No turn signals.

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Albin Moser
Albin Moser
Answered
  • Providence, RI
  • Licensed in Rhode Island

A: If in a rear end collision the front driver was going in reverse then the front driver might be liable.

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