Whether or not to get out of your car is a big question, maybe a life-determining one. With cars, trucks and buses speeding by so closely, you feel that if your vehicle is hit your will defineitely be injured, if not killed. And you worry about everyone else in your vehicle. But if you get out, you lose the protection the vehicle's metal provides to you, especially if your vehicle is struck and debris flies.
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Personal Injury Attorneys - Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island and the Bronx
Regulations of the City of New York make it illegal to hail a taxi cab for another person unless first solicited by the prospective passenger. The same Regulation makes it illegal to hitchhike, to open a car door for another, to jaywalk, and, of course, to stand in front of an oncoming car. And should you need to educate a Squeegee who insists upon cleaning your windshield, show him New York City Rules, Title 34, § 4-04.