## Who goes first if you stop at the same time?

Always yield to the right When two vehicles arrive at a 4-way stop at the same time side-by-side, the vehicle furthest to the right has the right of way. If three vehicles arrive at the same time, the car furthest left should continue to yield until both of the other cars to the right of them have passed.

## Who goes first when two cars arrive at a stop sign at the same time the car on the left the car on the right the bigger car?

The first car to arrive at a stop sign always has the right of way. If two cars arrive at a four-way stop at the same time and are across from each other, right of way depends on direction of travel: If both drivers are going straight or turning right, they can both proceed.

**What happens when two cars are at the stop sign at the same time?**

The vehicle on the left should yield to the vehicle on the right. The vehicle on the right should yield to the vehicle on the left. The vehicle with more passengers should go first.

### Who has the first right of way when two vehicles coming from different direction?

2) If two cars get to an intersection at the same time, the one to the right has right of way. So both of you reach the intersection simultaneously. If the other driver is crossing from the right side, you must give way.

### When two drivers stop at the same time at an intersection True or false?

When two drivers stop at the same time at an intersection, the driver on the right should go first. The posted maximum speed limit is safe for any driving conditions. A diamond-shaped sign warns drivers of conditions such as a divided highway or deer crossing.

**When two drivers stop at the same time at an intersection?**

## When two cars arrive at an intersection at the same time which one has the right of way?

If two vehicles approach the intersection at the same time then yield to the vehicle on your right. If a two lane road intersects with a road of three or more lanes the driver on the road with one or two lanes must yield to the driver on the road with more lanes.

## Can two cars go at same time at four-way stop?

At four-way stop intersections, also known as “courtesy corners”, all vehicles approaching the intersection are required to come to a complete stop. Safety dictates that the vehicle that stops first, proceeds first. If two vehicles arrive at the same time, the vehicle on the right should proceed first (Figure 4).

**When two cars arrive at an intersection without signs or signals at the same time which car has the right of way?**

If you reach an uncontrolled intersection at close to the same time, the vehicle who actually reached the intersection last is the driver who must yield the right of way. If you reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left should yield the right of way.

### Which car should proceed first?

If both cars plan to turn, the right-turning car should go first, followed by the left-turning car. “If two cars are directly across from one another [and] one car is going straight through and the other is turning, right-of-way goes to the first driver who is proceeding straight through.”

### Who has the right away?

Pedestrians must always be yielded the right of way at intersections and crosswalks. Bicycles, since they are considered ‘vehicles,’ are subject to the same rules as other drivers; they are not always granted the right of way. When turning left at an intersection, you must yield to oncoming traffic.

**Who is first to stop at a two way stop?**

The rule for first car to stop is first to go is associated with all way stops, not two way stops. If there were no control signs, the left turn person would yield to the straight or right turn person. I think this would be the convention with opposite stop signs as well. The left turn person should yield to oncoming traffic.

## Do you need right of way at a 2-way stop?

The driver must also demonstrate a knowledge of the Regulations in effect in the driving environment at the time. Right-of-way at 2-way stops will only be one element of a road test. Loginor registerto post comments If only it was that simple

## What happens when you come to a 4 way stop?

If one vehicle is turning in front of you and you both come to the 4 way stop at the same time they must yield right of way. If you make contact with the eyes of the other vehicle and they wave you on even though they have stopped first you may proceed.

**Who should go first when two cars stop at the same time?**

If both (or all, in the case of a 3 or 4 car situation) vehicles stop at the same time, no single rule applies to who should go first. Many people have replied to this question and questions like this one by saying “the one to the right” or “the car going straight through”, but none are technically correct.