Drivers of vehicles or riders should keep well to the left side of the highway unless road signs or markings indicate otherwise, or they are about to overtake1 or turn right, or have to pass stationary vehicles or pedestrians in the road2. If two motor vehicles collide in the centre of the road, the inference is, in the absence of evidence enabling the court to draw any other conclusion, that both drivers were equally to blame3; and it is not a proper decision to hold that, in the absence of evidence enabling the blame to be fixed upon one
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