Which car should go first?

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12 ups
2, then 3, then 1
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11 ups
2, 3, 1...2 is going straight with no traffic sign/signal so has primary right of way, 3 is making left from main thoroughfare with no traffic sign/signal so has secondary right of way, 3 is making left from side route to main route AND has "Yield" traffic sign so has tertiary (3rd) right of way
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8 ups
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7 ups, 1 reply
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7 ups, 1 reply
#2 Has the Right of way, then after that #3 goes because there is a Yield sign that lets #1 know to wait their turn.
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5 ups
Agree. #2 is on the main road and not turning.
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6 ups
very funny :-D i wasn't expecting that at all!
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4 ups
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5 ups
2, 1, 3, because screw traffic signs it's the only way without crashing
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4 ups, 1 reply
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2 ups, 1 reply
But car #3 has no traffic sign or device. Both 1 & 3 are .taking left turns. Only #1 has a traffic control sign.
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2 ups, 1 reply
The one on the right has the right of way if they arrived at the same time, or else the one that arrives first can go.
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3 ups, 1 reply
In every state I've been in, the car turning has to yield to a car going straight. That is not a yield sign for #2. See chart for these types of triangle signs.

Should #3 turn before #2 cleatd the intersection. It would be at fault for failure to yield to oncoming traffic.

#1 has to wait until #2 & #3 clear the intersection before proceeding.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Never been in such an intersection, even during drivers exam.
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3 ups
Mostly found in low traffic areas, one reason for the yield sign. A simple T intersection. The road joining has a yield sign, cannot make out what the warning sign says, but it's neither stop or yield.

I had something like this on a test I took for a job 10 years ago. The key to that was sign recognition
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4 ups
2,3,1
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3 ups
2. It's going straight, so it has the right of way.
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2 ups
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4 ups
3. 2. 1.
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3 ups, 1 reply
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3 ups, 1 reply
It only appears that way. You're just used to seeing them on the rosd being eriven upside down
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3 ups, 1 reply
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2 ups
I think that has to do with the Roman occupation a few thousand years ago. ;)

It appears the practice started back when we were still part of Great Brittan, but never became formalized until 1792 with the advent of the original Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Their is an interesting article about it at

https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/infrastructure/right.cfm

FWIW, I think most Yank cyclists follow British tradition because they seem to prefer riding against traffic while pedestrians walk with the flow: both in violation of rules of the road.

I know, you expected something pithy and humourous, but anything I said would end up insulting the country, the people, those untold number of family members, the Queen and her little dogs too.

And I would never insult a Corgi
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2 ups, 1 reply
Without a doubt 3 has the right of way. No yield signs, stop signs or traffic lights. As far as 1 and 2 goes, who ever got to the intersection first has the right of way. If they both got there at the same time, 1 has the right of way, because it is the vehicle to the right.
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2 ups, 1 reply
#3 is crossing a lane of traffic and has to yield to oncoming traffic. #2 has the right of way since they're going straight.
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1 up, 1 reply
Car 2 should take a left turn and get get out of the equation.
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1 up
Its illegal to turn left in front of oncoming traffic. If you're crossing a lane of traffic, you're required to yield to that traffic.
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1 up
The car on the right should go first, whoever is on the right always has the right of way.
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1 up, 1 reply
3 . 2. 1 . 3 has no stop/Yield sign and is on main road with a right of way. 2 has a Yield sign so goes second and 1 (being on a side road ) goes last . I think
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3 ups, 1 reply
I thought that too, but that is not a yield sign. Yield sign points downward. That one on the main road points upwards. Possibly a bus stop.

#2 has right of way, followed by #3, then finally #1.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Kinda close at least . Not quite old enough to drive yet (not gonna drive until I'm 18 cause I'm not going to pay a sh!Tton for lessons when a relative can teach me soon enough)
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3 ups, 1 reply
Assuming you're a Yank, go to your local BMV/ License branch, or whatever they call them in your neck of the woods. Pick up a copy of your state drivers handbook. Study it and leTn the sign shapes. This will be on your test.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I know sign shapes n stuff but from this pic it's hard to tell what is ON the sign
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3 ups
True. I was guessing a bus stop, but a Google search showed me if was a warning sign. I even considered it might be a Japanese stop sign, but wrong direction and coloring.

Mybfamilybhas been involved in the transportation business for generations. I found my great^5 grandfather was a teamster in Columbus, Ohio before the civil war. My daughter is licensed to drive most vehicles short of a fully loaded semi. And all the generations in between, including me. Signs have specific shapes and colors for reasons. This includes direction they are hung.
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1 up
3, 1, 2
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1 up
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1 up
2 then 3 and 1 is last
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1 up
1st::2
2nd:3
3rd:1
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