There is a growing debate over whether a motor vehicle is safe or not when it comes to crashes.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has said it would consider the case of a woman who lost her life after a car hit her head while she was travelling in the Netherlands.
The woman’s car was parked on the wrong side of the road.
The car’s driver was later arrested for manslaughter.
Her family said she had been asleep when the crash happened.
The driver’s lawyer says that the woman had been drunk at the time.
A car is considered safe when it is driven by someone with a licence, the vehicle owner and the driver.
The ECJ has ruled that when a car is driven in a way that makes it less safe for the driver to avoid crashes, that driver should be penalised and that damages be paid to the victims.
The court has been criticised for not holding a trial on the driver, although it has previously ruled that it would not have ruled against the driver’s legal defence if the court had been given the opportunity.
The Dutch driver’s lawyers argue that it is illegal for a motorist to drive recklessly and that there is a risk that the driver will crash.
They argue that the car should have been left in the middle of the roadway and that the risk was low.
The case is being closely watched around the world.
The Netherlands is not the only country with an issue of liability insurance.
The United Kingdom is looking into whether it should make it mandatory for car owners to carry the liability insurance of the company they hire.
This would allow insurers to pay more to protect people when their vehicles are involved in accidents.