In my town, we have the unique setup of having miles of golf cart trails around the city. By that I mean you can drive a golf cart anywhere in the city on the special paths (school, restaurants, grocery store, etc). Golf carts are a viable means of transportation (weird, I know) and most houses you buy here actually come with a golf cart (meaning most people own one). I was driving behind another golf cart (at a reasonable distance, not close, etc) for some time. We went around a curve (slowly) and down a steep hill. A lot of near golf cart accidents happen here, because it's a blind spot where people often come careening around the curve and have to slam on the brakes to avoid hitting someone coming up the hill (also, there's a small tunnel where golf carts can pass under the highway at the bottom). Anyways, he stopped for a second. No problem, I stopped too, waiting for him to go (figured he was adjusting something or whatever). Then, he started BACKING UP and I reacted in time to yell but he backed straight into me. Obviously, he thought no one was behind him and was just backing up for a second to turn around. Anyways, he freaked out and blamed me for coming around the corner too fast and hitting him (which wasn't what happened at all....he just forgot to look behind him). There wasn't really any damage except to his golf club holder, but I called my dad at work anyway to ask for advice (and explained what happened, in which the man who was listening to my conversation said "That's not how it happened, missy!"). He decided he wasn't going to do anything about it, but say he did. Would there be any way to prove I didn't just go around the corner and hit the back of his golf cart (which it looked like I did)? Usually, if you rear-end someone, you're screwed (even though he backed into me).