Asked by Anonymous
on 28-12-2019 05:45:31
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 0.00
accident related question
the scenario: three car are involved in an accident and no person injured.
car A which is the first car is in front traveling with its hazards on at a lower speed like 40kmh is being followed by car B and car C then all of the sudden car A divided to suddenly stop eventually car B will decrease the speed to also stop behind car A as it wasn’t safe to overtake but car C could not be able to stop safely behind car B mybe due to speed or rather not in an safe following distance.
so car C crashed hard onto car B which is in a safe decreasing state to safely stop behind an already stopped car A but because of being hit hard at the back by car C then car B got to be being pushed to knock carA.
in this scenario according to RSA road laws:1)who’s on the wrong 2)who pays who for damages
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