Many car owners have encountered such problems in their daily driving. Apparently they were driving well, but the vehicle in front braked hard and they didn't have time to reverse in time. How should responsibility be shared at this time?
Rear impact accidents usually involve a vehicle moving behind. This is provided for by relevant regulations in our country. The editor dealt with some specific accidents. You can refer to:
2. At night, vehicle in front does not have taillights, leading to traffic accidents in rear, vehicle in front is secondary responsible for accident, and vehicle in rear is primarily responsible for accident;
3. Once a vehicle in front stops on road and fails to turn on hazard warning lights and place warning signs in accordance with regulations, resulting in a rear-end collision, vehicle in front has secondary liability. for accident, and vehicle behind is primarily responsible for accident, warning vehicle ahead If card does not match, 3 points will be deducted and a penalty will be imposed.
4. After vehicle in front stopped on road, it turned on hazard warning lights and posted warning signs in accordance with regulations. In event of a rear-end collision, vehicle behind is solely responsible. for accident;
5. In a rear-end collision caused by excessive length of vehicle in front and failure to install required clear warning signs, vehicle in front bears secondary responsibility for accident and vehicle behind bears primary responsibility for accident;
6. In a traffic accident caused by reversing, caused by vehicle in front reversing or sliding into vehicle behind, vehicle in front bears full responsibility for accident.
7. The vehicle in front that collided with vehicle in front is mainly responsible for accident.
8. If a vehicle in front drives a combat vehicle and causes a rear-end collision, deliberate provocative actions such as emergency braking, emergency merging, etc. often take place. The party driving vehicle is responsible for accident. fighting machine. What I want to remind everyone here is that after a rear crash, car behind must provide evidence (such as video, etc.) that car in front was driving aggressive car before they can be prosecuted, otherwise uncle policeman will not listen to one-sided words.
It can be seen that, with exception of last three points, vehicle in front is primarily responsible for accident, while rest are primarily responsible for vehicle in rear, even in a rear-end collision caused by sudden braking in front. In no case, no matter how helpless and resentful car behind you may be, even if car in front deliberately teaches you to be human, responsibility still lies with you.
Is there really nothing we can do? Yes, only way is to control distance and speed of vehicles. Many rear-end collisions are often caused by you following vehicle too closely and too fast. So as long as you keep good habits of controlling distance and speed between vehicles can significantly reduce number of rear-end collisions.
With regard to distance control, on normal roads it is recommended to leave half a car or one car and pay attention to movement of car in front. If car in front slows down, step on it at end. After all, your view is blocked by car in front. I don't know why he hit brakes. At this time, I have to write about separation of eyes, and you can do what he does.
On an overpass or high-speed road, if you are driving normally, speed limit on overpass is usually 80 km/h. It is best to stay more than 50 meters away from vehicle in front, and keep a close eye on vehicles ahead. If speed limit is 100 km/h at high speed, it is recommended to keep a distance of about 100 m between vehicles. If speed limit is 120 km/h, it is recommended to keep a distance of more than 200 m and try to pay attention to dynamics of vehicle in front .
As for speed, it depends on actual situation. The basic principle is to drive within speed limit, do not exceed speed limit and drive at a constant speed while maintaining distance between vehicles. If you meet someone who needs to overtake, pay attention to your surroundings, overtake decisively to ensure safety, and avoid crashes without hesitation.
Generally speaking, rear-end collisions are last thing anyone wants. When we cannot control vehicle in front, we can only limit ourselves, keep good driving habits, control distance between vehicles, and avoid speeding to avoid being hit from behind.