Powell v Moody (1966)

A motorcyclist approached the tail end of stationary traffic two abreast. He proceeded to overtake onPowell v Moody the offside. A car driver came out of a side road on the nearside to go through a gap and turn right onto the main road in the opposite direction. The driver was given a signal to emerge by a milk tanker driver. As the car driver inched out, he collided with the motorcyclist.

Car driver 20% to blame      Motorcyclist 80% to blame.

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