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ROAD RULES 2014 - REG 64

Giving way at a flashing yellow traffic arrow at an intersection

64 Giving way at a flashing yellow traffic arrow at an intersection

A driver turning in the direction indicated by a flashing yellow traffic arrow at an intersection with traffic lights must give way to:

(a) any vehicle travelling on the road the driver is entering, and
(b) any pedestrian at or near the intersection who is crossing the road the driver is entering, and
(c) if the driver is turning right--any oncoming vehicle that is going straight ahead or turning left at the intersection (except a vehicle turning left using a slip lane).
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.
Note 1 :
"Intersection" ,
"oncoming vehicle" ,
"slip lane" ,
"straight ahead" and
"yellow traffic arrow" are defined in the Dictionary.
Note 2 : For this rule,
"give way" means the driver must slow down and, if necessary, stop to avoid a collision--see the definition in the Dictionary.
Note 3 : There is no requirement under Division 1 of this Part for a driver to stop for a flashing yellow traffic arrow.
Note 4 : In relation to paragraph (b), rule 353 (1) specifies that a driver is not required to give way to a pedestrian who is crossing the road that the driver is leaving, and rule 353 (2) provides that a pedestrian who is only crossing a part of a road is considered to be crossing the road.



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