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Give way means to slow down and, if necessary, stop in order to prevent a crash
You must always give way at a give way sign and check it's safe to continue.
Give way signs are placed at intersections and other places where other vehicles have priority.
Remember, there are lots of situations on the road where you must give way even
if there is no sign.
You need to give way if:
the rules say that you must
there's a give way or stop sign
there are stop or give way lines on the road
you're turning right across the path of an oncoming vehicle at an intersection
you're turning left or right at a T-intersection
you're moving onto a road from a driveway or land next to a road
you're moving off from being stopped on the side of the road
you're doing a U-turn
you're turning left at an intersection with a 'left turn on red after stopping' sign.
Giving way at intersections with 2 stop signs or give
You need to give way if you face a give way sign or a stop sign or if there are
stop or give way lines on the road, even if the other driver, who is not facing a stop or give way sign,
is turning right across your path.
Giving way at intersections with 1 stop or give way
A stop sign is not more powerful than a give way sign when giving way. When 2
drivers arrive at stop or give ways signs at the same time, the stop sign becomes the equivalent of a
give way sign. Both vehicles must give way to other vehicles before they must give way to each
Giving way at uncontrolled crossroads
You must give way to vehicles on your right at an uncontrolled crossroad—this
is a crossroad without any traffic lights, lines or signs.
Giving way at a T-intersection
If you're driving on a road that ends at a T-intersection, you must give way to
all vehicles—except those doing a U-turn—travelling on the road continuing through the
Giving way when turning right
When turning right at an uncontrolled crossroad (without a slip lane), you must
give way to vehicles coming from the opposite direction that are:
driving straight ahead through the intersection
turning left at the intersection.
Giving way when using slip lanes
A slip lane is an area of road for vehicles turning left that is separated from
other parts of the road by a painted island or traffic island.
If you're using a slip lane, you must give way to all traffic already on the
road you're entering (except vehicles doing a U-turn).
Giving way to pedestrians and cyclists
You must give way to pedestrians crossing a road you're turning into or
entering. This includes pedestrians or cyclists that are crossing on the green 'walk' signal at an
intersection controlled with traffic lights, and you are turning into the road they are crossing.