Use caution and judgment at all
intersections without signs or signals.
Even if you have the right-of-way, be
sure the other vehicle is going to yield
before you proceed.
A yields to B: This intersection has no
signs or signals and B is to the right of A.
A yields to B: A would be crossing B’s
path and neither is to the right of the other.
The T intersection without signs or
signals (also known as an uncontrolled
intersection) is a unique situation. There
are no traffic control signs or signals,
therefore the driver on the right (vehicle
B) has the right-of-way. Be careful in this
situation in case the driver going straight
through (vehicle A) incorrectly assumes the
A yields to B: This intersection has no signs
or signals and B is to the right of A. For safety,
drivers in the position of vehicle B must wait until
the right-of-way is given before proceeding.
When exiting from service roads, alleys,
parking lots and driveways, you must:
• stop before any sidewalk crossing
• stop before entering a main street
• yield to pedestrians
• A driver turning left across the path of
an approaching vehicle cannot turn left
until it is safe.
• Parking lots have intersections without
signs or signals, and the right-of-way
• All intersections have crosswalks that
may be marked or unmarked and you
must not pass another vehicle that has
stopped for a pedestrian.
Do not enter an intersection until you are
able to clear it completely.
If traffic is delayed at an intersection,
do not enter the intersection until you
can completely clear the intersection and
crosswalk on the other side.