If you are stopped, it is the person whose car backed into you, although this could be up for debate, so hopefully there will be witnesses if not it is a matter for the insurances for a no-fault decision.
reverse to the spot instead of driving forward
they put mirrors on cars you look in the mirror and back up and you can see
collector junction is reverse biased so as to remove the charge carriers away from its junction with the base.
A person driving in reverse is always at fault.
The one in reverse is most probably at fault here!
reverse biased PN junction MOS capacitors are more common
Backing up while driving is putting your car in reverse with your foot on the brake and slowly letting your foot off the brake. If you are pulling out of a parking spot you might turn the wheel.
A car in reverse is almost always at fault if it gets in a collision, unless you can prove that the other vehichle was driving recklessly.
reverse bias it
Reverse any two of the lead wires at the motor junction box.