Hi people, Need some random legal advice... One vehicle is travelling straight (Motorcycle) and another vehicle (Car) is waiting in the right hand turning bay in the oncoming direction of the motorcycle. The lights are green for straight travelling vehicles as the motorcycle approaches the intersection. At this point a car may complete a turn if it is safe to do so. The lights turn amber and the motorcycle continues towards the intersection believing that it is too late to stop in a safe manner but notices the car accelerate from a stationary position across the motorcycles path. The motorcycle buffers across a lane and brakes in an attempt to avoid a collision but the vehicles collide. If the motorcycles braking caused the motorcycle to cross the lines after the lights turned red is the motorcyclist or the car driver in the wrong for the collision. Both vehicles attempted to navigate the intersection on an amber light. The motorcycles speed was constant until it took evasive action, the car accelerated from a standstill behind the white line into an amber light. How does the law see this scenario? It is possible that the motorcycle crossed the lines before the lights turned red however, in order to factor in timing, judgement and evasive changes to the conditions, it is important for me to know the implications of crossing the lines on a red.