New driver Q’s: Do I have to stop at the yield sign?
Q: If there is a yield sign especially in turning right, do we have to stop even without pedestrians? No not necessarily; if there are no pedestrians or vehicles or road users of any kind then you do not have to stop since there is…
Yield Sign & Upside Down Yield Sign
Yield Sign When you are facing a yield sign, you must give the right of way to the traffic on the thru road. (Right of way means “That space at that time”) You can enter without stopping if there are no cyclists, pedestrians, or vehicles…
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