Can you blame the car driver? (not really)

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3y ago

There's correct ways to split traffic and this Honda FireStorm rider doesn't seem to have the hang of it. Everyone else must've seen the hazard and virtually started braking. The biker gave it another squeeze of gas and very nearly lost his foot because of it.

We're not sure how the insurance claim played out, but the bike rider has to take a big portion of the blame for that one.

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Comments (33)

  • The car driver's fault, no question, but the biker should be driving defensively - thereby slower - and be prepared for the eventuality. The car driver was held up in the offside lane and impatiently changed lane without checking his mirrors.

      3 years ago
    • Agreed. He should've seen it coming. Instead, he continued to accelerate into the hazard

        3 years ago
    • You're dead on. Legally the car is at fault. But if you want to make it home safely you've got to be prepared for this. Just know that they don't see you and are in a hurry and someone eventually is gonna do it.

        3 years ago
  • Not sure why the bike rider has to take the blame, he was in the left lane and the dick in the car pulled into his lane. Only one lane was stopped the bikes one was flowing.

    Car 100% at fault

      3 years ago
  • car driver never looked in his mirror simple as that .

      3 years ago
  • Yup, you can totally blame the driver, the rider was in a valid lane.

      3 years ago
  • Rider going straight line and not speeding. Driver changes lane without checking. Thank god you guys don't work for insurances.

      3 years ago