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It really depends on the laws of your State and the policies involved. That being said, usually the policy on the car in question is primary in the resolution of any claim, and then the driver's policy would be in a secondary position.
Of course yes, but maximizing shareholder wealth would be the primary goal of any organization that has shareholders.
The safest position is at home Ha Ha!! but blocking position is where you are supposed to ride which is close to the centre line where the driver's side tire on a car would run.
Yes, the primary driver has to be it in because the car is listed in their name. Im speaking from experience where my mom (who didnt want to drive) rented a car in her name. The company would not let anyone else unless they were added on the policy, and still then, she had to be in the car with them.
To become a race car driver, first you need to figure out what type of race car driving you would like to pursue. Then you need to get experience and start working as a part of a race car team.
He wanted to pursue the position of "skipper" full-time. If he stayed with the FV Cornelia Marie - he would have stayed their as an engineer/deckhand.
Weight is not a primary factor in determining position (though a 140 pounder would probably be an exceptionally poor choice for offensive linesman, unless this is in some kind of middle school program).
Well, the driver who hit the other vehicle would still be liable, but it would be a matter for insurance to pursue, not the police, since the 2nd driver left the scene. Certainly, leaving the scene creates a window of doubt with regard to the damage, but it's not really enough to get the at-fault driver off the hook.
Anytime a car is entering traffic from a parked position, it is that driver's responsibility to make sure that the lane is clear before moving into traffic. The driver of the car entering traffic would be at fault.
The new hand position for driving is considered to 9 and 3 as in the number position on a clock. The reason being that the old position of 10 and 2 would cause a driver a greater risk of fracture or harm with the deployment of an airbag.