Rear-End Collisions

"Rear end" redirects here but is also a name for the buttocks.A rear-end collision (often called simply rear-end or in the UK a shunt) is a traffic accident wherein a vehicle (usually an automobile or a truck) crashes into the vehicle in front of it. Common factors that contribute to rear-end collisions include by driver inattention or distraction, tailgating, panic stops, and reduced traction due to weather or worn pavement. It may also be a rail accident wherein a train runs into the rear of a preceding train.
Posts about Rear-End Collisions
  • Determining Liability In a Missouri Rear-End Accident

    … that injured victims can recover from the negligent party. Negligent1 acts that often lead to rear-end collisions include distracted driving, fatigued driving, tailgating, speeding, and more. Proving negligence in a rear-end accident can be difficult, especially if the driver of the vehicle in the front was not aware the accident was about to occur…

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