If you hit someone from behind it is automatically your fault.
The car in the back is usually at fault in a rear end collision. The only exception would be if the car in front were backing up. The car in back is at fault for hitting you ,but if you are pushed into the car in front of you you are at fault for hitting that car.
The ABS light might have come on after a rear end collision on a 1997 Aerostar because part of the brake mechanism was damaged in the collision. It is also possible that the ABS light came on because the rim was bent in the collision.
Usually the person in back, but the police will do an investigation as well as the insurance company to determine fault.
it is possible to damage the transmission in a rear end collision. this is especially possible in rear wheel drive vehicles. even in a light rear end collision with a rear wheel drive vehicle can shove the drive shaft into the transmission causing serious problems.
It depends on the situation. If you stoped short and got rear ended it is your fault. But if you stoped becasue the driver in front of you stoped then it is that persons fault. If you are sitting at a stop light and get rear ended it is there fault. If you are parked in a parking zone and get rear ended it is there fault. Hope this Helped
Unless you are backing up, a rear-end collision is almost always the fault of the person who hits you from behind.
No. For example if a driver stops at green light and the driver to his rear hits him, it is the driver in front's fault.
It depends. Were you also in the State of Texas when the accident happened? In most cases a rear end collision is the complete fault of the person hitting from the rear and will not affect the claimant's rates. MyInsuranceXpert
the left rear indicator light is only working intermitantly, how can this fault be rectified
In any weather you must maintain control of your vehicle. If you cannot stop and you hit anything, you are at fault. The car with the wrecked front is at fault. The car with the wrecked back end is not at fault.
if you ran the red light, the police and insurance company will almost always find you at fault. you did not have the right of way at that intersection.