Q: When two cars arrive at a t-intersection who has right of way?

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yes you can go to the right after you stop... The driver who arrives at the intersection first has the right to proceed first. When two drivers on perpendicular paths arrive at the intersection simultaneously, the driver to the right (from the drivers' point of view) has the right to proceed first.

The car on the left. The car on the right has to yield. Wrong section btw.

If you're talking about when two cars approach a stop sign at the same time, it means that the car to the right has right of way.

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The car on the right.

When two or more cars arrive at an intersection at the same time, the RIGHTMOST car gets to go first. So if a car is facing north, and the other is facing to the west, the western facing car gets to go straight or turn left FIRST.

Generally the one that arrived first.

yes you can go to the right after you stop... The driver who arrives at the intersection first has the right to proceed first. When two drivers on perpendicular paths arrive at the intersection simultaneously, the driver to the right (from the drivers' point of view) has the right to proceed first.

The way the rule of Right of Way works is that if two cars arrive at an intersection at the same time, the one to the left yields to the car on its right. However if the car on the left stops before the car on the right, the car that stopped first has the right of way.

the person to the right

The trash cans are by where the two cars are parked at the end of the sidewalk.

At a standard 4-way intersection, the drivers of any three cars arriving at exactly the same time can easily tell which one is on the right. Each driver looks to his (or her) right. Two of them will see a car to their right. One will see an unoccupied part of the intersection, or a car that clearly arrived after the first three. That is the car "on the right" and the one that should go first. If four cars arrive at the intersection simultaneously (very unlikely) it is almost certain the at least one of the drivers will believe he (or she) got there first and will pull into the intersection. The rest will follow in reasonable order.

Yes, the first vehicle to arrive at a 4-way stop has the right of way. If two vehicles arrive at the same time, defer to the vehicle to your right. If there is no vehicle to your right, you have the right of way.

It's called right of way. Whoever is making a right turn has the right of way. Rule 1. The first car to arrive at the intersection goes first. Rule 2. If they arrive at the same time the car on the right goes first, regardless of what manuver he intends to make. Rule 3. If you're not sure, signaling the other driver to go is always good common courtesy and is acceptable.

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the car on the left of the intersection has to give right of way to the car on the right