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For many car owners who drive at night, they must have encountered this situation, that is, they originally drove on the road by themselves, but the vehicles behind them kept driving the "high beam" behind them, making them drive themselves. It can be imagined how painful it is to obstruct the sight. So what do you do when driving at night and being illuminated by the high beams at the rear? Should the car pass after parking politely, or should the necessary punishment be taken? If the rear car keeps driving the "high beam", but the front car deliberately applies a sudden brake, causing the rear car to avoid evading and triggering a rear-end collision accident, who is responsible for it?
In general, when some experienced owners drive at night, if they find that the oncoming vehicle is driving high beams, they will switch the high and low beams to remind and inform the oncoming vehicles to choose to turn off the high beams. When the owner signals the oncoming vehicle, most of the owners will actively switch the high beam to the low beam, while a few owners disagree that they continue to turn on the high beam, which makes them feel extremely depressed. Then when driving at night, the rear vehicle keeps driving the high beam, which causes the light to shine on his eyes through the mirror. What should he do? For experienced drivers, there is a set of coping methods. Let ’s take a look!
The old driver said that if driving at night meets the rear vehicle with the high-beam headlights on at all times, there is no need to be angry at this time, just turning on the anti-glare function of the reflector can effectively avoid the rear high-beam light exposure. But there is also a situation when the rear high beam is closer to your own vehicle, even if the anti-glare function of the mirror is turned on, the light will still shine into your eyes from the rear view mirror. When this happens, the old driver of the vehicle in front will brake continuously to prompt the vehicle behind to switch the high beam. The other situation is that the front vehicle may be subjected to a sudden brake operation due to the high beam of the rear vehicle. After the sight of the vehicle is affected, if the rear vehicle cannot avoid the rear end, who is responsible?
In everyone's opinion, as long as the rear car is rear-end, the rear car is basically responsible for the accident, because the rear car is not responsible for the accident because it does not maintain the distance. However, there is actually a case where, in a traffic accident, if an accident is caused by the intentional behavior of one of the vehicles, the party that intentionally caused the accident will also bear part or all of the responsibility of the accident. For example, when a vehicle is driving, there is intentional miscarriage, deliberate sudden braking, intentional parking, etc. Although it does not cause an accident directly, it also has to bear the responsibility for the accident due to the dangerous driving behavior. To criminal law.
Under normal circumstances, when the traffic police condemns the rear-end collision accident, they will also mainly seek the opinions of the owners of the two parties. Acting, the car in front will also bear the secondary responsibility for the accident. Speaking of which, some car owners may not understand it. It is obvious that the rear car is using the high beam in violation of the rules, and the front car is forced to brake suddenly. Instead, the front car has to bear certain responsibilities? In fact, this is undoubted. Imagine that if the front vehicle suddenly stops or stops at a high speed, which causes an accident to the rear vehicle, the front vehicle will still be responsible.
Through the above analysis, when the car behind the high beam is used at night, and the front car deliberately brakes to cause a rear end, it must also bear some responsibility for the accident. Do you still have different views? Welcome to exchange discussions together!