Hello Netriders, So about a month ago I involved in an car accident. I thought the other driver was at fault, but today when I called insurance company, they said it's my fault. *so I was coming out of a restaurant's driveway, wanted to turn right, the road I wanted to merge into is a double lined road. So coming out from the resturant's driveway I cross the double lined road (at the shop's driveway, there is no "No Right Turn" sign), and stopped behind the other car (my driver side facing the car in front because there's no room for me to turn any further). Then the driver in front reversed his car and hit into the side of my car.* Today the insurance company told me it is illegal to turn right when the road is double lined, even coming out of restaurant (commercial buildings) or house (private buildings), thus it is my full responsibility to pay for the damage. Also the driver at fault told insurance company it was me who did an U turn and hit his car, which is a total BS. But there was no witness so he can say whatever he wants. So the insurance claims that if I have not made that turn (which is "illegal" to their acknowledge). then the accident would not occur. I do not have any car insurance beside CTP. So it's me against the insurance company. I just want to clearify when I coming out from a restaurant (or any place) is it illegal to cross double lined road?