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Turning through a double solid line on a stalled car? and got a better answer
"Driver" is a person who drives a vehicle of any kind, a chaser, leading pack animals, mounted animals, or a herd on the road. A driver is equivalent to a learner of driving. Do you turn the steering wheel? Then you are driving. Nowhere does it say that the driver has to be inside the car and the engine running. Is a car, even a shut off car, still considered a vehicle?
A "driver" is a person operating a vehicle of any kind, a chaser, leading pack animals, mounted animals, or a herd on the road. A driver is equivalent to one who is learning to drive You turn a wheel? Then you are driving. Nowhere does it say that the driver has to be inside the car and the engine running. And a car, even if it's turned off, is still considered a vehicle.
If you look at it from a legal standpoint, you make your car a regular wheelbarrow, even a baby stroller, but when you push it, you're a pedestrian walking with the stroller on the roadway where there's no room for a pedestrian, so, yes, it's considered a violation
You can't cross a double solid line in any case. But there is a small fine for a U-turn.
Question of the series; will it be considered an accident if I push a car and hit a pedestrian? After all, it's, like, a stroller.
Naturally, this is a violation Vaughn blue pushing cars are deprived of their license for driving while intoxicated.
Sure. Push it to the right curb and call a tow truck.
Try it. Tell us later.