Bingham v Fuller (1997)

A car driver had missed his turn-off on an A class road. He was followed by two cars. Bingham v Fuller Collision reconstructionA motorcyclist was positioned behind the two cars. As the motorcyclist overtook the two cars, he collided with the car driver who was executing a U-turn. Witnesses in the cars being overtaken confirmed the motorcyclist was travelling at excessive speed.

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