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Personally, I think that it should be the fault of the driver going across the aisle, but other may think otherwise.

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Q: Who is at fault when someone traveling in the parking lot aisle and is hit by another vehicle traveling across the aisles and strikes the vehicle on front fender driver side fender?
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