A Head-on collision occurs when two vehicles traveling in opposite directions collide directly with each other. In Georgia, fault is determined based on the percentage of negligence of each party involved in the accident. In head-on collisions, it can be challenging to determine who was at fault. However, if one driver was traveling in the wrong lane or driving under the influence, they may be found to be at fault. The force of the impact can result in serious personal injuries and even fatalities.