Because you shouldn't be stopped 1 inch, for example, from the bumper of the car in front of you. Whether moving or stopped you must maintain a safe distance between you and the car in front.Originally posted by wwwTOPDJcom
I never thought that was right , that the car that was behind you was responsible for the damage to your car
If he was hit from behind, the guy that caused it should pay for everyone that he pushed his car into and caused the chain reaction , why ther hell should I have a claim against me ?
That said, if you are 25 feet, for example, off the bumper of the car in front of you and you are rear-ended with enough impact to hit the car in front, a police investigation with exonerate you.
Just supplying the facts as they are here in MD...