This situation is not one of those nice clear cut answers, but it depends on the situation. If your rear door was open enough to block traffic, or the flow of traffic, then you would be At Fault. By the same token if the person in the other car was driving in some manner that was reckless they could be at fault. This also depends on how your state laws work on impeding the flow of traffic.
Because if it opened inward, it would block the corridor
Since partially is an adverb, you would use it by putting it before a verb, because adverbs describe verbs.For example:I partially cut the cake.The room was warm, so I got up and partially opened the window for a nice breeze.She had to admit that it was partially her fault.
maybe you can but it depends if it is still good
Some vehicles will not let you lock the door when it is opened. This is a safety procedure ensuring you don't lock your keys in the car, get locked out.
The first steam powered passenger rail service was between Stockton and Darlington (in the UK) and it was opened in 1825.
The passenger because he should have looked for cars before he opened the car door.
The powerboat swerved as he opened the throttle, and his passenger was thrown from the boat.
It is the taxi driver because of where he parked.Added: Partially incorrect: The correct charge is: 'Opening Door to Traffic Side.' The party who actually opened the door on the traffic side is the one who is charged. The taxi driver MAY be charged if it can be proven that they negligently contributed to the act by not stopping at a curb to discharge the passenger, but since the driver did not have control over the operation of the door in the rear of the vehicle, he is not culpable for the act.
In 1803 the first public railway, The Southern Iron Railway opened in South London. In1807 the first fare paying passenger service was established as the Oystermouth Railway in Swansea, Wales. In 1825 the Stockton to Darlington Railway, the first publicly subscribed railway, opened for freight, passengers were transported by horse drawn carriages
Try balancing a box of confetti over a partially-opened door. Do not try anything that might injure him.
In my Ford Explorer , the glove compartment is in the dash , in front of the right front passenger , and has a door that can be opened