Situation 4—Intersections not controlled by signs and signals, multi-lanes, or
pavement.—When approaching an intersection of this type, you shall yield
the right-of-way to any vehicle which has entered the intersection on your
right or is approaching the intersection
from your right. If the road to
your right is clear, or if approaching
vehicles are far enough from the
intersection to make your crossing
safe, you may proceed. Since there
are no traffic controls at this intersection,
make sure that there are
no approaching vehicles from the
left. You may legally have the rightof-
way, but you should be sure the
other driver yields to you before
you proceed.
Situation 5—Turning left.—When
turning left you must yield the rightof-
way to any vehicles coming
straight through from the other
Situation 6—Private roads and driveways.—When entering or crossing a
road, street, or highway from a private road, alley, building, or driveway after
stopping prior to the sidewalk, you shall yield the right-of-way to all approaching
vehicles and pedestrians.
Situation 7—T Intersection.—
When approaching an intersection
of a through street from a street
that ends at the intersection, first
you must stop and then yield the
right-of-way to the vehicles on the
through street.
Situation 8—Entering or leaving controlled-access highway.—The driver of a
vehicle proceeding on an access or frontage road of a controlled-access
highway shall yield the right-of-way to:
a. a vehicle entering or about to enter the road from the highway; or,
b. a vehicle leaving or about to leave the road to enter the highway.
from katrine elizabeth sackett32463 whitelady 5'3 5'21/2
7101 n ih 35 austin tx by burger king
oct 31 2018

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7101 North Interstate 35 Frontage Road
Austin, TX 78752
United States