If it went down just as stated, both of you are At Fault. You know you shouldn't be driving without an adult present. That's a violation of the law. The other person rear-ended you and could be charged with "undue care and attention" or "following too closely" or the like. If the damage was minimal and no insurance info was exchanged by the other person then bye-bye and you probably won't hear much about it. However, if the police were brought into it or the other person reported this to their insurance, then you may be cited and fined (and a "mark" will be made on your driving record). The other person may also be cited and fined as well, and any damages to the vehicle you were driving will be paid by the other person's insurance because they were at fault for the accident.
No madder how old the driver if you hit the rear of his car its automaticaly your fualt
In almost every case of a rear end collision, it is the fault of the car behind. The law in all states implies that the driver of a vehicle should always be in control. The assumption is, that rearend collision can be avoided if the driver had been paying attention and not following too close.
you are... by law, its tish enit
Braked, means that the emergency brake is on and unbraked means that it is off.
1200kg Braked and 500kg Unbraked
I used to pull up to 1100 kg's (braked) behind my Legacy VZR AWD non turbo. Look out for manufacturers weight limits on towbar though.
the tailgate opens when i have braked in a ford focus automatic the tailgate opens when i have braked in a ford focus automatic
The towing capacities for both the E53 and newer E70 X5 are:with braked trailer: 2700kg / 6000lbwith un-braked: 750kg / 1600lb
NICK JOSAS! they braked up
umm baked? braked
2litre diesel 605 kg unbraked trailer 1200 kg braked trailer 2.5 litre diesel 625 kg unbraked 1200 kg braked
The past perfect tense of brake is had braked.