August 10. 2018
Sometimes drivers do not take yielding serious however, it is very serious. It is the driver’s responsibility to make sure their area is clear of any traffic, or pedestrians. A driver that does not yield when required can cause an accident that no one plans to be involved in. The driver of a vehicle emerging from an alley, building, private road, or even a driveway shall stop the vehicle immediately prior to driving on a sidewalk or anything of that nature. The driver MUST yield the right of way to any pedestrian on a sidewalk. Its important to yield because the pedestrian may not be aware of the oncoming vehicle and when the driver yield it prepares both the pedestrian and the driver to become aware of their surroundings.
On the other hand, drivers MUST yield other drivers as well. Most drivers does not realize how yielding creates a safer path of driving. Yielding allows other drivers to go first. It simply assigns the right-of-way to traffic in certain intersections. Yielding while entering the highway is just as essential to yielding for pedestrians. It is best to prepare to let other drivers cross your road by yielding when applicable.
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