the 2 cars at the back are at fault
The three items that you must always have with you when driving are:Driver's LicenseRegistrationProof of InsuranceOh, and your wits and safe driving knowledge!
insurance, registration,and also the inspection
As with most states, three years for insurance purposes, and seven years on your MVR.
A registered/taxed car A valid driving License Insurance No alcohol or drugs in your system
Allstate auto insurance can still give you great rates on car insurance even with accidents.
three kinds of faults are normal fault, reverse fault, and strike-slip fault.
The presumption is that if you were rear ended, the other driver is at fault. The brake lights not working is a mitigating factor, but the bulk of the blame still goes with the other driver. Insurance doesn't have any relation to fault. But it coculd get you a ticket.
A symmetrical fault is a fault where all three phases are experiencing the same thing. This is also called a three phase fault, since all three phases are involved.
* Normal fault * reverse fault * left lateral fault
Normally the other drivers ins should contact you. The first driver listed on an accident report is normally the one at fault but not always. If you are not contacted within three days it is best to contact your own insurance. Most insurance companies will file a claim, go after the responsible driver and settle the claim. You may be required to pay your deductible in this instance but it should be refunded to you when the other parties insurance makes payment.
You can lose your license if you were at fault. If you were not at fault you would be required to purchase insurace with the SR-55 form. This means you will pay higher insurance and will have to do so for three years. (The rules may have changed over the years.) After you have had 3 years of no accidents and no lapses in insurance then you would get another form from the DMV and you could purchase a lower cost policy. In California you can purchase liablity only insurance.
reverse fault, strike slip fault, and normal fault
The three major kinds of faults. 1. normal fault 2. strike-slip fault 3. thrust fault
No, the insurance company will not cancel your insurance for having three accidents, but they will increase your insurance premium.