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The YIELD sign, on the other hand is a warning to let you know that a vehicle traveling on the other lane has the right of way. It means, you should SLOW DOWN and stop if necessary. You should only proceed when there is no oncoming vehicle. Defer to the car already on the lane you want to go onto.


The cars already in the intersection or highway have the right-of-way and you should yield to them, not the other way around. If you are injured by a driver who does not stop at a yield sign, the law clearly states that the fact that you were injured acts as evidence of the driver’s fault in the accident.


Yield Sign. When you are facing a yield sign, you must give the right of way to the traffic on the thru road. (Right of way means “That space at that time”) You can enter without stopping if there are no cyclists, pedestrians, or vehicles already on the road. Slow down, stop if necessary and wait for a safe gap.


Yield is the quantity of product obtained from a reaction. Let's identify first what a Yield sign is. The Yield sign is the only sign on the road (US) that is in the shape of a upside-down ...


A yield sign means, you do not have the right of way. I get so frustrated with people who blatantly ignore a yield sign. It is such a problem. I have lost track of how many times I had to lock up my brakes on Air Base Parkway and the North Texas Street. Yield. Maybe the problem is that they don’t know how to read.


This is so irritating. Why do driver's not yield when they have a yield sign? Here in Tulsa, no one...and I mean NO ONE will yield to on-coming traffic if they have a sign. And they wonder why there are so many accidents. If there is even a foot between you and the car in front of you, they will try to squeeze in. Who here thinks that driver's have gotten worse over the years?


Yield is the term for earnings generated and realized on an investment over a specific period, expressed in a percentage.


Yield Sign You must slow and stop if necessary, and give the right of way to the vehicles in the cross traffic path; proceed only when it is safe. Do Not Enter Sign Do not drive toward or past this sign because you will be driving the wrong way into oncoming traffic.


§ 40-6-72 - Stop signs and yield signs O.C.G.A. 40-6-72 (2010) 40-6-72. Stop signs and yield signs (a) Preferential right of way may be indicated by stop signs or yield signs as authorized in Code Section 32-6-50. (b) Except when directed to proceed by a police officer, every driver of a vehicle approaching a stop sign shall stop at a clearly ...


STOP SIGNS AND YIELD SIGNS. (a) Unless directed to proceed by a police officer or traffic-control signal, the operator of a vehicle or streetcar approaching an intersection with a stop sign shall stop as provided by Subsection (c). (b) If safety requires, the operator of a vehicle approaching a yield sign shall stop as provided by Subsection (c).