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in an ideal world... it should be 2, 3, 1
but around here, road rage and possibly a shooting is most likely... lol11
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This is all contingent on arrival times. If 2 arrived just before 3, then 2 goes first. Otherwise, 2 has to wait for 3 to clear. Even if 2 arrived first, even if only by a few seconds, it should probably allow 3 to go first, just to be safe. Meanwhile, 1 is screwed, having to wait for these other two to clean up their politics before it can safely do anything.
And if that's the case, then 1 also has to hope 4 doesn't come on up on it aggressively and ignore the signs, thus causing 1 to have to stop to avoid collision with 4. Which might instead result in collision with 5, because 5 is an impatient redneck who rear ends 1 rather than pay attention.
So then, 1 is really screwed. Sure, the police side with 1, but the insurance company sides with 5, because 5 was driving a Jeep and 1 was driving a Honda, and the Honda's repairs are more expensive.
Depending on the state and its laws, the insurance company will either cough up the difference, or refuse to help 1's claim, and then drop 1's entire family out of spite. Leaving 1 with $30,000 worth of damages and losses over 5 being a careless driver. Meanwhile, 5 will likely only get a slight rise in premiums, followed by the humiliation of points on his license and a $900 ticket to pay, because the police and courts are going to milk this situation for every penny.0
The right of way belongs to the person already on the road.
2 goes first as they are going straight in a lane they 'own'.
3 goes next because they 'own' the main road which they are on.
1 goes last because it owns nothing, the road it is on has ended and has been instructed to stop / give way.10
From the junction layout and signs I would say that 2 first due to not crossing any lanes. Then 3 as 1 is behind a give way sign and therefore they must give way to traffic on the road they are turning into. And 1 is the last.
Not my best wording and no where near the a trial descriptions I'm sure but best words j can out together.20
1 has to wait anyway, as shown by the red/white triangle (or the "rocket" sign for the street of 2/3)
And 3 has to wait and let 2 pass, as 3 is the one crossing the street/turning.10
Car 1 has the yield sign, so regardless they'll go last.
Car 2 is a problem to me because I can't make out what the sign is.
Car 3 is a would go second if car 2 didn't have the sign which I can only guess it's some warning.10
Assuming they all got to this position at the same time...
First 2, then 3, and finally 1.
2 ... right turn has priority over left turn
1 ... must obey the yield (give way) sign10
2, 3, 1.
And that's from someone who sucks at driving.
I'm the type of driver that needs all the fancy tech to help me.10
Yea I don’t even know. I’m so violently Californian it’s whoever gets there first20
it is 3-2-1 3 is a big SUV so he automatically gets the right of way because he is bigger than the cars. Then 2 because he is bigger that 1.14
I think car number 2 has the right to go first then then car number 3 then car number.
I'm not sure if you would get booked for that, But I reckon that's the safest way.10
All of this. As long as one goes at a time.10
2,3,1 because of yield sign. But 3,1,2 is the proper order. That is if they all stopped at the same time.11
I am a really good driver, if you don’t believe me just ask me…. lol.10
2 first, then 3, and then 1 I have no wrecks in 33 years10
I'm alright I guess, never had a wreck with anyone else involved just deer and a tree in bad weather lol but I'm pretty sure it's 2,3,113
In Germany it would be 1, 2, 3, except the 1 has a give way sign and 2 has a right of way sign, so 2, 3, 1. I think.0
2 and 1 have yield signs so 3 goes first. 2 is making a right so he goes second and 1 is making a left so he goes last1
2, 3, 1 (without checking replies)11
Two first, One last. I'm an ok driver10
Straight goes first , who ever on turn stop first may go first0
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2 - the sign on his right is not a yield sign but a traffic indicator.
3 - he has no yield sign but does have to yield to oncoming traffic to cross over their lane and make the turn.
1 - has a yield sign putting cars in that position last at that T intersection