Surveillance Video: Who Was At Fault? [Surveillance & Dashcam]

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7 COMMENTS

    • Double yellow line only prohibits ” passing”! It does not prohibit turning. Nevertheless the Tesla is at fault for not making sure both driving lanes were clear

  1. Turning vehicles responsibility to ensure they yield the right of way to any vehicle going straight. The vehicle that stopped for them is courteous but another factor in the accident. Cant assume the path is cleared just because some one waves you through.

    • Even if no vehicle was going straight, the Teslas turn was illegal, crossing over a double yellow, as R pointed out. If I was biking on that road to the right, there would be no way for me to expect or see him turning in, nor could he see me on the bike coming. Very dangerous to cross a double yellow

    • I know you are joking. Just in case for those who do not know you cannot use any of the entrainment features like watching videos, and browsing the internet while driving a tesla.

  2. This is the story every day on Central Avenue. The right shoulder has (not legally)become a regular lane for the cars heading straight/ right at Route 9. If you’re a pedestrian crossing over Central Ave. or trying to make a left turn from Central onto one of the side streets, even if the car has stopped and you can cross/turn, always assume that a vehicle is coming up in the shoulder. And you can’t see him/her and he/she can’t see you. I witness miracles every day over there! (I’m still surprised that some bus drivers let kids off on the the other side and let them cross over, hopefully the children are aware and have been trained to look for the cars oncoming in the shoulder.)

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