By Alicea
Learner Tips

Giving way at intersections with 1 stop or give way sign

Giving way at a give way sign to an oncoming vehicle that is not at a stop sign or give way sign

You need to give way if you face a give way sign or a stop sign or if there are stop or give way lines on the road, even if the other driver, who is not facing a stop or give way sign, is turning right across your path.

Two cars giving way at an intersetion with a give way and stop sign

In this example, 2 vehicles are opposite each other at an intersection. Vehicle B (in yellow) is turning right across the path of vehicle A (in white) who has a give way sign.

Vehicle A (white) must give way to vehicle B (yellow) because vehicle A has a give way sign.

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