I had a crash in the snow

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  • I had a crash in the snow
  • Smee
    Member

    Not necessarily your fault and I would be admitting nothing – leave the blame bit to the insurance companies. Drivers have a duty to avoid a collision regardless of rules and road markings.

    emac65
    Member

    Of course it’s his fault,he went into the side of the passing car…… 🙄

    Smee
    Member

    emac65 – were you there? Perhaps the vectra driver could have taken avoiding action, but chose not to.

    theboatman
    Member

    Calm down dear!

    I went to pull out and saw a car coming so stopped but the car clipped my wing / bumper then it swerved, mounted a cycle / walk path and knocked over one of those plastic reflective bollard things. His air bags went off and his car was a bit of a mess, police turned up, took statements etc. Police basically said it was an accident (I was all above board with the car, tax, insurance etc.) When I spoke to my insurance company they said it was a no brainer that it was my fault and would sort everything. They also asked if I wanted to know the total outcome of it all!

    emac65
    Member

    Smee,you obviously don’t drive much & have little to no understanding of how things work in crashes…..

    antigee
    Member

    RudeBoy – Member
    Might it not be the local Council’s responsibility to ensure that roads are safe, and if not, to close them to all traffic?

    i could see Boris being useful as a traffic cone

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