The person who hit the ball, and perhaps the course if they have not taken adequate precaution to prevent the ball from exiting their facilities onto a public road.
I disagree, when you are driving by a Golf course, public or private you as the driver are taking a known risk. There is an inherent risk of this occurring. "Flying objects" such as golf balls are covered under the comprehensive portion of the auto policy. There is no liability issues here. i disagree, the person how hit the ball is At Fault
In principle, the player who hit the ball is liable. Good luck finding him. I always use an unmarked ball when playing a course with a road on the slice side of the fairway. If I was ever to hear the tinkle of glass and the squeal of tires after one of my patented mega-bananas I would disappear into a patch of trees at least two holes away.
It is really nobodys fault unfortunately you cant really avoid it so i suggest just look out for the balls and try to stay away. :)
You will be, of course. You were driving and are fully responsible for anything that the vehicle does.
If you were driving the car, who would you think is responsible? Your mower threw a rock that broke an innocent driver's windshield. Of course you are responsible! Be a man, accept that responsibility, and fix the car!
Of course you can.
Of course, as long as it doesn't obstruct your vision or distract your attention while you're driving. (Be aware that the standards and definition of what does that are different in various places.)
The questions at the end of this course has nothing to do with your driving skills they are stupid.
If she was driving your car, notify your agent. If it was her mom's car, then her insurance is responsible, and, of course, if your daughter was driving her own vehicle, she would have her own insurance.
An online defensive driving course is more or less a video with questions that the person taking the course takes at the end. However, taking a defensive driving course this way costs more than taking a "live" defensive driving course, and it is far more hands-on.
Defensive driving courses are designed to educate drivers above and beyond the scope of a standard driver's education course. If you are interested in a defensive driving course, it should be taken shortly after you have completed a standard driving course, once you have been issued an official license.
Of course it is. You would be charged with driving recklessly, or perhaps even impaired driving. And you would be held responsible for any damage caused. And the insurance company may not cover the cost due to your lack of judgement.
The cost of a defensive driving course online depends upon the website you are taking the course from. The cost ranges from $19.95 to $41.95
Depending on where a traffic ticket was issued, one can usually have a choice of how to go about a driving course. In most counties, one can choose to either take a course in an available classroom, or on an approved driving course website.
Of course it will.