A motorcyclist was undertaking stationary traffic. An oncoming car turned right into the side road from the main road. A collision occurred. The highway code stipulates undertaking is not allowed. The driver should have anticipated a motorcyclist coming up on the inside.

Driver 50% to blame           Motorcyclist 50% to blame

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