A crash at an uncontrolled intersection occurs when a vehicle is driving through that intersection and collides with an approaching vehicle that has failed to yield.

In the diagram, Vehicle B has approached an uncontrolled intersection (an intersection without lights or stop signs) and is proceeding on the roadway. Vehicle A then enters the intersection and the two vehicles collide.

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


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