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Road Code Question - Giving Way

Q1.
At a T-intersection, who has the right of way, if you are crossing the lane into other road, and there is a car turning onto the road (same side) that you are on?
A. The person who drives the bigger car
B. The person turning onto the road that you are on
C. You
D. Whoever gets there first

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#1. By: Kharma
pfffftt! doesn't make sense!
20 Jun 2012 - 01:37:46 PM
#2. By: Guest
For a person of limited reading skills this question would be difficult to understand and visualise. A diagram of the road layout and position of the vehicles would be better. lenco
28 Aug 2012 - 11:03:53 AM
#3. By: Kate de Jong
English please
14 Sep 2012 - 02:02:36 PM
#4. By: Guest
but it doesnt really explain what side of the t intersection your on? you could be on the other lane i agree guest 2 it needs a diagram

14 Jan 2013 - 09:18:51 AM
#5. By: Guest
what kind of question is that!! its not a english test its a license test mother!@$%*)
28 Jan 2013 - 07:37:23 PM
#6. By: Guest
this question is hard to understand
22 Apr 2013 - 11:45:18 AM
#7. By: Guest
th question is hard to understand! can you re-word it please
09 May 2013 - 12:30:21 PM
#8. By: Guest
Poorly worded question! Diagram please
21 May 2013 - 04:47:41 PM
#9. By: Sheila
I agree with everyone's comment, i didnt understand the quetion.

11 Jul 2013 - 02:35:00 AM
#10. By: Sheila
question*

11 Jul 2013 - 02:35:28 AM
#11. By: Guest
i am sure that law has changed
17 Aug 2013 - 05:21:13 PM
#12. By: Guest
seems poorly worded...
30 Oct 2013 - 02:10:04 PM
#13. By: Guest
Wtf! You need to explain this with more detail unless you put up a diagram of what the heck your talking about haha
24 Nov 2013 - 09:11:46 PM
#14. By: Greg Smith
I understand it as: you're travelling along the main road and there's a side road to the right, on which there is a car stopped and signalling to turn right onto the main road in the same direction you are going. In this case, you have the right of way.
12 Dec 2013 - 09:20:34 AM
#15. By: bigballzbaby
Earth language Please Grrrrr
21 Jan 2014 - 05:33:47 PM
#16. By: Guest
T
23 Apr 2014 - 04:46:35 PM
#17. By: Guest
Sure does not make sense. A picture would help
17 Jun 2014 - 10:27:05 AM
#18. By: Guest
Horribly worded, didn't understand at all
26 Feb 2015 - 03:45:23 PM
#19. By: Guest
Stupid. Needs diagrams.
13 Sep 2015 - 05:03:46 AM
#20. By: Guest
good
24 Jun 2016 - 04:18:57 PM
#21. By: Guest
Poorly worded question requires diagram
09 Jul 2016 - 04:36:31 PM