- Driver B was operating a truck towing a swather that was travelling before sunrise, which is illegal. The court found that Driver A had crossed over the centre line and struck the swather. Driver A argued that the cause of the collision must rest with Driver B because he was breaking the law by towing the swather before sunrise. The court found that although Driver B was breaking the law, the collision with the swather was caused by Driver A crossing over the centre line into Driver B's lane of travel. Therefore Driver A was at fault for the collision.
- Driver A was held 100% at fault and assessed 6 SDR Points.
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