The driver must stop at the stop line. If there is no stop line,
the driver must stop before entering the intersection and must give
way to a vehicle in the intersection.
GIVE WAY SIGN
The driver must Give Way to vehicle on the right.
The driver is not required to give way if:
(a) an oncoming vehicle turning right at the intersection
and the stop sign/ line, give way sign/line applies to the
driver of the oncoming vehicle
(b) a vehicle using a slip lane at the intersection to make
a left turn.
(c) a vehicle making a U-turn.
- Driver turning right giving way to oncoming vehicle going stratight
- Driver giving way to oncoming vehicle turning to its left
- Driver turning left giving way to traffic coming from his right
- Both vehicles tuning to their respective right sides.
UNCONTROLLED INTERSECTION (NO
A driver at an intersection (except a T-intersection or roundabout)
without traffic lights or a stop sign, stop line, give way sign
or give way line, must give way in accordance with this rule.
If the driver is going straight ahead, the driver must give way
to any vehicle approaching from the right, unless a stop sign, stop
line, give way sign or give way line applies to the driver of the
If the driver is turning left, the driver must give way
to any vehicle approaching from the right, unless a stop sign,
stop line, give way sign or give way line applies to the driver
of the approaching vehicle any pedestrian at or near the intersection
on the road the driver is entering.
If two vehicles are facing
green lights the driver who has to turn right should give
way to the vehicle approaching from the opposite direction
and going straight.