Never thought of myself creating a Who's at Fault post as I have always been a safe and good driver. This time is for my friend who got into a car accident that involved three cars. Not going to tell which one was my friend's car to avoid bias.
It happened on a normal two way street with kerbside parking on both sides: At first there is car A reverse parking and car B is approaching from a distance. While car A has reversed more than half of its body into the parking spot, car B is getting close. Seeing car A has cleared enough space on the street, car B does not stop to wait until car A finishes its manoeuvre but decided to keep going. Then at that moment, car A moves forward back onto the street to adjust its position. Car B reacts to that, not by pressing hard on its brakes, but slightly crosses the middle of the street into the opposite way to keep going, because there is no incoming traffic and the middle line is a broken line. Car B misses car A, but unfortunately, car C, does not expect car B coming from its left, seeing there is no car coming from its right, comes out from a driveway of the opposite way at the same time. Car B hits car C, damaging both car's front bumper corner.
Tl;dr: car B avoids hitting car A, which suddenly undoes its reverse parking, crosses the middle broken line slightly into the opposite way and hits car C, which just comes out from a driveway on the other side.
These are the options with reasons (too long to put in the poll):
* Car A - It should not expect traffic from behind is stopped and should check before moving back onto the street.
* Car B - It should be in complete stop and wait until any car in front to finish parking, even though there is enough room to keep going.
* Car C - It should check its left before coming out from a driveway, as the middle line is a broken line, there can be cars coming from its left too.
* All have equal share of responsibility
* Doesn't matter, my friend is always at fault
I tried my best to draw a pic with the Paint program I have