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ROUNDABOUT
CONTROLLED INTERSECTION WITH TRAFFIC SIGNALS
CONTROLLED INTERSECTION (STOP OR GIVE WAY SIGN)
UNCONTROLLED INTERSECTION (NO SIGN/SIGNAL)
T CROSSING
MODIFIED T CROSSING
 
RIGHT OF WAY TO PEDESTRIAN
PARKING
DIVIDER
NARROW BRIDGE/ROAD
CYCLE TRACK
POLICE & EMERGENCY VEHICLES
 
 
T CROSSING

A driver at a T-intersection 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 turning left (except if the driver is using a slip lane) or right from the terminating road into the continuing road, the driver must give way to:

(a) any vehicle travelling on the continuing road
(b) any pedestrian on the continuing road at or near the intersection.

If the driver is turning right from the continuing road into the terminating road, the driver must give way to:

(a) any oncoming vehicle that is travelling through the intersection on the continuing road or turning left at the intersection; and
(b) any pedestrian on the terminating road at or near the intersection.

If the driver is turning left from the terminating road into the continuing road using a slip lane, the driver must give way to:

(a) any vehicle travelling on the continuing road
(b) any pedestrian on the slip lane.

If the driver is turning from the continuing road into the terminating road using a slip lane, the driver must give way to:
(a) any vehicle approaching from the right; and
(b) any pedestrian on the slip lane.

 

 
Give Way on T Intersection
 
 
Turning left on T Intersection
 

 
MODIFIED T CROSSING

Driver leaving the continuing road to proceed straight ahead on the terminating road should give way to a vehicle travelling through the intersection on the continuing road

Driver joining the continuing road from the terminating road must give way to a vehicle travelling through the intersection on the continuing road
Leaving continued road on Modified T Crossing
 
 
Joining continued road on Modified T intersection
 

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RIGHT OF WAY TO PEDESTRIAN

If the driver is not going straight but turning left, right or making a U–turn, he must give way to any pedestrian at or near the intersection on the road the driver is entering.

A driver approaching a pedestrian crossing must drive at a speed at which the driver can, if necessary, stop safely before the crossing.

A driver must give way to any pedestrian on a pedestrian crossing.

A driver approaching a pedestrian crossing, must not overtake or pass a vehicle that is traveling in the same direction.

Driver turning right from a road into a road-related area giving way to an oncoming vehicle that is going straight ahead and to a pedestrian on the footpath.

Driver turning left giving way to pedestrian
 
 
Pedestrian crossing
 
Driver entering private property giving way to ongoing car & pedestrian
 
 
Driver coming out of private property giving way to pedestrian
 
 

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PARKING
Giving way when entering a road from a road-related area or adjacent land. Adjacent land or a road-related area can include a parking place, driveway, service station or shopping centre.

A driver entering a road from a road-related area, or adjacent land, without traffic lights or a stop sign, stop line, give way sign or give way line must give way to:

(a) any vehicle travelling on the road or turning into the road
(b) any pedestrian on the road

Giving way when entering a road-related area or adjacent land from a road.

A driver entering a road-related area or adjacent land from a place on a road without traffic lights or a stop sign, stop line, give way sign or give way line must give way to:

(a) any vehicle or pedestrian on the continuing road.
(b) if the driver is turning right from the road — any oncoming vehicle on the road that is going straight ahead or turning left

 
Parking lot right of way
 

 
 
DIVIDER
Giving way when driving through a break in a dividing strip - If a driver drives through a break in a dividing strip that has no stop sign, stop line, give way sign or give way line, the driver must give way to any vehicle travelling on the part of the road the driver is entering (except a vehicle to which a stop sign, stop line, give way sign, or give way line, applies).

 

 
Changing direction using divider
 

 
 
NARROW BRIDGE/ROAD

Giving way at a give way sign at a bridge or length of narrow road - A driver approaching a bridge or length of narrow road with a give way sign must give way to any oncoming vehicle that is on the bridge or length of road when the driver reaches the sign.

 

 

 
Bridge/length of narrow road
 

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CYCLE TRACK

Cyclist has the right of way where a cycle track meets or crosses the road.

 

 

 
Giving way at cycle track crossing
 

 
 
POLICE & EMERGENCY VEHICLES

A driver must not move into the path of an approaching police or emergency vehicle that is displaying a flashing blue or red light or sounding an alarm.

If a driver is in the path of an approaching police or emergency vehicle that is displaying a flashing blue or red light or sounding an alarm, the driver must move out of the path of the vehicle as soon as the driver can do so safely.

This rule applies to the driver despite any other rule that would otherwise require the driver of a police or emergency vehicle to give way to the driver.

 

 
Giving way to emergency vehicles
 

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