Surveillance Video: Who is at Fault?

On River Avenue in Lakewood last night.

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  1. The township for not doing something about it. This keeps happening.
    Sidewalks should get priority so nobody is confused.

  2. Driver must always look in their blind spot before turning, and therefore their fault. That said the scooter rider wasn’t being too smart either.

  3. I was right behind that car when the incident happened, that boy was weaving in-between the cars as the traffic was pretty bad. He was not looking where he was going and being that I witnessed the entire incident it was definitely the boys fault.

  4. If the car was not signaling right, it’s the car’s fault. If the car was signaling (and It appear to be doing that) then its the fault of the guy on the scooter,

  5. Lakewood, for having the suburban mindset that scooters and cyclists don’t belong on the road. In New York City it’s obligatory for drivers to check for cyclists in their blind spot before they make a turn. I lost points on my driving test because I made that mistake.

    Speaking of which, if anyone has any constructive advice for me, which streets can I make a biking exercise route on when I’m in Lakewood? I’ve done all kinds of large avenues in NYC, but I know that I’ll get killed on New Hampshire or The 9 south of Kennedy, even with multiple strobe lights attached to my bike.

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