**When two cars arrive at an intersection at the same time which car has the right of way?**

The one on the right. Unless, one of the vehicles happens to be a fire truck, ambulance, or mail truck. Then they have the ride away (regardless if they have their blinking lights are on or not).

**When two cars arrive to an intersection at the same time which one of them has the right of way?**

It depends on the area, and which way they are both going

**When three cars arrive at an intersection at the same time which car has the right of way?**

It depends upon the intersection. Assuming you are referring to an uncontrolled intersection (with no stop or yield signs), or an intersection with a four-way stop, when two or more vehicles arrive at the intersection at the same time, then the right-most vehicle has the right of way.

**When two cars arrive at a t-intersection who has right of way?**

If the intersection is uncontrolled by any signs or signal, the car which approached the intersection from the bottom leg of the tee (i.e.: the road which ended at the intersection) yields to the through-roadway.

**Also a few things you should know:**

- Most collisions happen at intersections.
- When approaching an intersection it is always a good idea to cover the brake.
- Do not enter an intersection if you cannot make it all the way across. You could get a citation if you block the intersection.
- A U-turn is legal at all times in an intersection unless otherwise posted.
- U-turns are legal in business districts at ANY intersection or break in a concrete divider as long as there is not a sign saying that U-turns are prohibited.
- At a 'T' intersection, cars on the through road have the right-of -way over the cars that are turning.
- Your car should be positioned next to the center line before making a left turn from a two-way street.
- As you approach any intersection, cover the brake, slow down if necessary, evaluate the intersection and traffic situation, and be prepared to stop if necessary.
- If you are approaching a controlled intersection with multiple turn lanes and you would like to change lanes, you should get into the lane as fast as possible.
- A collision prevention rule to follow includes being extra cautious in dangerous driving locations, such as bottlenecks, broken traffic signals, and intersections.
- At Blind intersections and alleys the maximum speed limit is 15 MPH.
- Drivers are required to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians within any crosswalk, marked or unmarked.
- Drivers may cross into a bicycle lane, only when making a right turn within the last 200 feet before an intersection.
- When crossing or walking on a roadway at places which are not intersections or marked crosswalks, pedestrians must yield the right-of-way to vehicles. Making eye contact with the driver does not mean that the driver will see you or yield the right-of-way.

**When two cars arrive at an intersection at the same time and one car wants to turn left in front of the other car who has the right of way?**

When two or more cars arrive at an intersection at the same time, the RIGHTMOST car gets to go first. So if a car is facing north, and the other is facing to the west, the western facing car gets to go straight or turn left FIRST.

**Who has the right of way when four cars stop at a four way intersection at the same time?**

This does actually happen, no one should ever say things never happen, so when it does, cars traveling north and south go first, then cars driving east and west go next. If a driver is turning left, he or she must yield. Also its important to know that the person to your right has the "right" of way.

**When two cars pull up to an intersection at the same time who has the right away?**

The person to the right

**If two cars get to a 4-way stop intersection at the same time which car should be yielded the right-of-way?**

Car on the right i..e., If two cars stop at the intersection from opposite directions (facing each other) and one is signalling to turn, the car going straight has the right-of-way, and the turning car must yield. If two cars stop at the intersection at right angles to (beside) each other, the car to the right has the right-of-way.

**A car and a bicycle reach the intersection at the same time Which vehicle has the right of way?**

The car has the right away then the bike can proceed

**If two cars get to a four way stop intersection at the same time the car making a left turn should always be given the right of way?**

It's called right of way. Whoever is making a right turn has the right of way.

Rule 1. The first car to arrive at the intersection goes first.

Rule 2. If they arrive at the same time the car on the right goes first, regardless of what maneuver he intends to make. Rule 3. If you're not sure, signaling the other driver to go is always good common courtesy and is acceptable.

Right-of-way at (non) Traditional intersections

Right-of-way at (non) Traditional intersections

Procedures to accept or yield Right-of-way in the Highway Transportation System.

**Traditional intersections:**

- Uncontrolled intersections
- Intersecting roads with lesser or greater number of lanes
- Intersecting roads with different pavement surfaces
- T-intersections
- Intersecting public road with private road

**Non-Traditional intersections:**

- Railroad grade-crossing
- U-turn
- 2-point turn
- 3-point turn
- Driveway intersecting with street
- Traffic Circle

**Turning RIGHT Or Going STRAIGHT - Same Time Rule**

When two facing vehicles approach at approximately the same time. both drivers can move straight ahead or turn right. Both cars can move ahead or turn to their right.

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