- Drivers turning left must yield to
oncoming vehicles going straight-ahead.
- Drivers entering a traffic circle or rotary must yield to drivers
already in the circle. At an intersection where
there is no stop sign, yield sign or traffic
signal, drivers must yield to vehicles coming
from the right.
- At a 4-way stop, the driver reaching the intersection first, goes first
(after coming to a complete stop). If more than
one vehicle arrives at the same time, the
vehicle on the right, goes.
- Drivers entering a road from a driveway, alley or roadside must yield to
vehicles already on the main road.
- Drivers may not enter an intersection unless they can get through it
without having to stop. You should wait until
traffic ahead clears so that you are not
blocking the intersection.
- Drivers overtaking a vehicle traveling in the same direction must yield
to that vehicle, even if the vehicle is slowing
or coming to a stop.
- You must yield the right-of-way to a police vehicle, fire engine,
ambulance or other emergency vehicle using a
siren, air horn or a red or blue flashing
light. Pull over to the right edge of the road
or as near to the right as possible when you
see or hear an emergency vehicle approaching
from any direction.
- Follow any instructions given over the emergency vehicle's loudspeaker.
If you are in an intersection, drive through
the intersection before you pull over.
- You must stop for a school bus that is stopped with its red lights
flashing whether it is on your side of the
road, the opposite side of the road or at an
intersection you are approaching. You are not
required to stop if the bus is traveling
towards you and the roadway is separated by a
median or other physical barrier. After the
school bus red lights have stopped flashing,
watch for children along the side of the road
and do not proceed until they have completely
left the roadway and it is safe to proceed.
- You must yield the right-of-way to trains crossing the roadway.