# DKT Test ( Intersection) #4

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#### When turning left at a roundabout, enter and exit the roundabout as follows:

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Explanation:
When making a left turn, you'll start in the left lane and finish in the left lane as well.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
The turning car (the red car) must yield to the car moving straight through despite the fact that both cars have a green light (the blue car).

#### You're approaching a major intersection with slow-moving traffic and want to proceed straight. When the traffic lights become green, make sure you do the following:

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Explanation:
Unnecessary dangers and delays result from blocking the intersection.

#### You want to make a left. The red lights on the pedestrian lights are flashing. You ought to:

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Explanation:
Pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the street.

#### You're approaching a busy intersection and want to proceed straight ahead. The traffic lights change from red to green. When is it okay for you to cross the street?

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Explanation:
If you park your car in the intersection, it will slow down traffic coming from other directions and put innocent people in danger.

#### Is the driver of the blue car required to yield?

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Explanation:
The blue car has the right of way since the red vehicle is turning across it from the left.

#### The traffic on the opposite side of the intersection has come to a complete stop. You're driving through an intersection and want to make a left turn. The lights are all turned on. So, what are your options?

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Explanation:
Make sure you have adequate room to cross the crossing without stopping and blocking it.

#### When there are no arrows on the route, you must make a left turn from:

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Explanation:
This allows other vehicles to pass on your right.

#### At a railway level crossing, if the boom gates are down and the lights are blinking, you may begin crossing:

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Explanation:
Even if a train has past, another train may be approaching. Wait for the boom gates to rise and the lights to cease blinking before proceeding.

#### Is the driver of the blue car required to yield?

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Explanation:
The blue car does not required to yield because the red vehicle will leave the circle without driving into its path.

#### You're approaching this roundabout and want to take the arrow to the right. Is it necessary to indicate?

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Explanation:
This is merely a left turn, and according to the roundabout's rules, you must signal left until you leave the intersection if you are approaching it and want to make a left turn.

#### On the two-lane roundabout, you want to go straight ahead. Which lane are you allowed to use?

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Explanation:
You can go straight forward from either lane if the lanes are labeled that way, as long as you stay in the same lane as when you entered the roundabout.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
As the red car approaches from the other direction, the blue car is making a left turn. As a result, the blue car has the right of way, while the red car must wait.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
At the Give Way sign, the blue car must stop and yield to the red car.

#### Which car must yield?

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Explanation:
A vehicle turning right must yield to a vehicle turning left whenever two cars are facing each other at an intersection with the same or no traffic signs or signals (in this case, green traffic signals).

#### At this roundabout, you should make a left. Which lane do you have to take, lane A or B?

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Explanation:
To turn left, always utilize the left lane.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
At a t-intersection, the blue car must yield the right of way to the red car because it is turning from a give way sign.

#### Is the driver of the blue car required to yield?

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Explanation:
The blue car must come to a complete stop at the Give Way sign and yield to the bike.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
Give Way regulations are in effect at uncontrolled intersections. Because it is approaching from the right, the blue car in this instance has the right of way.

#### Is it necessary for the driver of the blue car to yield?

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Explanation:
Even though the blue car has a green light, the Give Way regulations still apply because the red car is traveling straight through the intersection. This is because both vehicles have green lights.