A vehicle is driving straight through an uncontrolled T-intersection (an intersection with no stop signs or lights). A second vehicle turns into the intersection and the two vehicles collide.

In the diagram, Vehicle drives through an uncontrolled T-intersection. Vehicle B is turning at the intersection and the two vehicles collide.

  • Vehicle “A” = 100%
    Vehicle “B” = 0%

  • What does it say in the Motor Vehicle Act?
  • The applicable sections of the Motor Vehicle Act are:
  • 173 Yield signs (external)


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