Posted: September 7th, 2017
Driving his car on a busy and fast-moving city highway, Plato crashed into
Delia’s car when it suddenly and unexpectedly stopped in front of him. Delia’s new car
had stopped when it ran out of gas. Before she started driving, Delia noticed the engine
light signaling her to refuel, but thought she could drive for several miles before she
would run out of gas. Which of the following statements is most accurate?
A. Plato would not be expected to foresee an accident on a fast-moving city highway.
B. Plato assumed the risk of injury when he drove on a fast-moving city highway.
C. Delia is the cause of Plato’s damages.
D. Delia’s failure to refuel contributed to causing Plato’s damages.
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