A red yield indicates that a driver must prepare to come to a full stop and yield to pedestrians and vehicles with the right-of-way if either are present, according to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. If ... More »

Actual yield is defined as the amount of a specified substance produced at the end of a chemical reaction performed in actuality, rather than theoretically. Actual yield is very often lower than the amount of substance p... More »

Drivers approaching a yield sign are required to yield right-of-way to cars already traveling through the intersection, and must slow down or stop as required to do so. Specific legal requirements for obeying yield signs... More »

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Although state laws differ, in California, failing to stop for a stop sign during a road test is a "critical driving error" that results in the driver automatically failing the test, states Driver's Ed Direct. The same i... More »

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In New York City, individuals receive traffic violation tickets for driving offenses such as speeding, following too closely, failing to yield the right-of-way and improper passing, according to the New York State Depart... More »

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To pay a speeding traffic ticket fine in New York that was received in New York City or Rochester, pay the ticket online, by mail or by phone, says the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. For a ticket received i... More »

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The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles handles non-criminal traffic tickets issued within New York City. Drivers can pay their tickets or request a hearing to contest charges online, by postal mail and in person... More »

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