- 1 What was the name of the car that hit the children?
- 2 How did the second child die in the car crash in Vaughan?
- 3 Where was the accident where two children died?
- 4 What is the vehicle code for DUI with a minor under 14?
- 5 What happens if my son is driving my car and causes an accident?
- 6 Who is responsible for minor drivers under 18?
- 7 Can a 18 year old be held liable for a car accident?
- 8 What happens if my adult child drives my car?
What was the name of the car that hit the children?
According to police, two children were playing in the driveway with a neighbour who had come over to help them fix their bike when they were struck by a black Mercedes. Both children, who have not been identified, were rushed to hospital but later died of their injuries. A man was also taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
How did the second child die in the car crash in Vaughan?
A second child has died after a single vehicle crash in Vaughan on Sunday. York Regional Police said on Monday night that a girl, 10, has died. Police announced earlier on Monday that a boy, 4, died. Charges against the 16-year-old driver of the vehicle will be upgraded, police added.
Where was the accident where two children died?
Two children were struck by the driver of a Mercedes in Vaughan on Sunday, police say. (Mark Bochsler/CBC) A second child has died after a single vehicle crash in Vaughan on Sunday.
What is the vehicle code for DUI with a minor under 14?
Under Vehicle Code 23572 VC, if you are convicted of misdemeanor DUI, and you had a minor under 14 in the car at the time you were arrested, then the “DUI with child endangerment” sentencing enhancement applies. What does the prosecutor have to prove to convict me of VC 23572 DUI with a child in the car?
What happens if my son is driving my car and causes an accident?
If though, your son is driving your car at the time he causes an accident, then he and you will be liable. In such a scenario, your insurance company will pay the other driver’s damages, which can include medical and/or therapy bills, out-of-pocket expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Who is responsible for minor drivers under 18?
But that’s not all parents and legal guardians need to worry about when it comes to drivers who are under 18. Most states in the U.S. have passed some kind of law that holds a parent or guardian responsible for their minor driver, under a legal concept known as “vicarious liability.”
Can a 18 year old be held liable for a car accident?
Do not rely upon the information in our response, or anywhere else on this site, when deciding the proper course of a legal matter. Always get a personalized case review from a local attorney. For legal purposes, at 18 years old your son is an adult.
What happens if my adult child drives my car?
If your adult child, or anyone else for that matter, drives your car, the driver is covered by your auto insurance policy.