Flashcards in INTERSECTION Deck (14):
Does the driver of the blue car have to give way?
The red car is driving straight through the intersection. The blue car is turning across its path, and therefore must give way.
Where two vehicles are facing each other at an intersection with no signs or signals or the same signs or signals (in this case green traffic signals) .
Which vehicle must give way?
The blue car is turning across its path, and therefore must give way.
What's the most important rule for approaching an intersection?
B. Be prepared to stop
Does the driver of the blue car have to give way? the blue car is coming around the roundabout from the right.
The red car must give way
You are turning right from a two-way street into a two-lane one-way street. Which lane should you turn into?
When turning into a one-way street, always turn into the lane closest to you unless there are lines specifically marking your path to the other lane or it's a two-lane one-way street with a turn into another two-lane one-way street.
The blue car is waiting at a stop sign
This means the driver must give way to ALL other traffic before moving. If both signs were stop or give way signs, then the give way rules would apply
Which of these signs would you see as you approach a roundabout? Check all that apply.
A. The yellow sign advises that you are approaching a roundabout.
B. The blue arrow advises you to keep left (i.e. drive around the roundabout clockwise).
C. The give way sign advises you to give way to drivers from your right
You are in the left-hand lane at traffic signals. You are waiting to turn left. Which of these traffic signals may you move on?
B. green arrow
When may you turn right on a red light?
A. If there's a green arrow to the right or straight ahead with no red arrow
How far can a private vehicle (car, motorbike or truck) drive in a bus only lane?
Does the driver of the blue car have to give way? top of a T intersection
The blue car has the right of way as the red car is waiting at a t-intersection.
When coming up to a stop sign, should you stop, and if so, where should you stop?
B. Where you can see traffic coming in both directions
Does the driver of the blue car have to give way? Uncontrolled Intersections
At an uncontrolled intersection the Give Way rules apply. In this case the blue car has right of way because it is coming from the right.