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A Judge in a recent New York case, found that a student driver who crashed into a parked car while takinge her road test was not liable to her passenger, the driving inspector. In Yetemian v. Vega, 28045-03, the court found that the driving instructor assumed the risk of injury when he rode in the car of an unlicensed driver. The inspector sustained injuries that have left him unable to work since the accident. To read more about this interesting case, view this page.

For more information on this subject, please refer to the section on Car and Motorcycle Accidents.

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