You are.Added: The charge would probably be either 'Following Too Close' or 'Failure to Give Full Time and Attention.'
B is at fault. Drivers making a turn, must yield to oncoming traffic. B is at fault for making a left turn without yielding. There is no general rule that all turning traffic must yield, although some jurisdictions may have such a specialized rule.
It is generally the fault of the other person if you are hit in a front fender while making a turn on a green arrow. If you have the signal to make a turn, the other person generally does not have the green light as well.
both a and b (i think...)
Car B would be at fault do to the fact that they failed to yield at a traffic light.
Green and red showcase how additive colors function. Red overlapping green will yield yellow, as green and blue yield cyan, and red and blue yield magenta.
what is the avarage yeild of a green pepper
Someone turning left always gives right away to the person driving going right at a solid green light unless a sign states otherwise. No signs, you better yield because if you cause an accident It's your fault.
The driver turning right. The "Left Turn Yield on Green" sign alone determines that the right-turning car has the right of way.
John Green is the author of The Fault in Our Stars.
Left turn traffic must yield to opposing traffic moving staight ahead also on a ciricular green traffic signal indication.
A driver turning left across oncoming traffic lanes must yield to oncoming traffic that is approaching the intersection. The fact that driver A has a green light means he had a right to proceed with due care, without stopping, and could reasonably expect driver B to yield as required by law. There is even a sign to remind driver B of this obligation! Incidentally, driver B must ALSO yield to oncoming traffic that continues through a yellow or red light and may not legally proceed with the left turn until it is safe to do so.
Yield to Pedestrians
I'm not sure what exactly your question is, but I believe that is the the "fault" of the car that is turning, even if the car going straight could/should have seen and been able to react to the turning car, the light is 'left turn yield on green' meaning, wait for the cars to go straight, and then turn when safe to do so.
When a grasshopper jumps suddenly out of a green plant, it is likely to startle some people. This is because the grasshopper blends in with the plant and is not noticed until it jumps.
Both of you ! The pedestrian is at fault for not obeying the traffic signals and you are at fault for not paying enough attention to what's around you while driving. A green light is not an automatic right to proceed - it's a priority signal !
What ever car was turning is at fault unless they had a green arrow. you have the right away when it comes to 4 way stops with the turn lights.. if the turn light isn't on then they have to wait for you.
You're still required to yield to oncoming traffic.
The green revolution has become a key phenomenon in developed countries. Green revolution is the awareness of raising more crops by using high yield alternatives.