Right of way at a typical four-way intersection is pretty easy to understand. It gets tricky though, when you encounter a painted traffic island that creates an offset right-turn lane, or a channelized right turn lane.
Right of way at a typical four-way intersection is pretty easy to understand. It gets tricky though, when you encounter a painted traffic island that creates an offset right-turn lane, or a channelized right turn lane. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Right of way at a typical four-way intersection is pretty easy to understand. It gets tricky though, when you encounter a painted traffic island that creates an offset right-turn lane, or a channelized right turn lane. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Who has the right of way on a freeway on-ramp? It’s all about geometry

September 03, 2018 05:00 AM