Ford Appreciation Society
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: ACT and loving it!
Wasn't in Philip? I was there last night, and saw a couple of near misses involving 4x4's in the space of 50 meters. Scared my missus who was in the car.
I s'pose if he hit you at night, and you could prove that his lights were not on, then it would be equal fault. Failing to give way, and failing to have headlights on. A friend had his car written off in similar circumstances, and the police deemed it to be equal fault. He was spewing as he lost his no claim bonus through no fault of his own.
Main thing is that you are okay, and there was no damage to you or your car. Becoming a better driver is based on experiences of driving in all sorts of conditions and learning how to adapt your driving style.ing things on the road. I must admit the roads were very greazy too, which would not have helped your wheel spinning...
'67 Mustang V8 4sp... what fun to drive!