When you are entering a highway or street from a private driveway and the way is clear can you move forward without stopping first?
Yes. Driveways and private roads are a yield rather than a stop.
It is not illegal in any state to back into a driveway from a highway. A person should use extra caution when doing this to make sure that the road is clear in both directions. If the highway has high traffic, pull to the left shoulder of the road, then back into the driveway when it is safe to do so.
Only onto a major road or junction, or by a local ordinance. Otherwise we would all have a U shaped driveway. You need a turn-around area in your driveway. It certainly is not safe to come to a stop on the highway and back into your driveway nor is it safe to back out of your driveway onto the highway. I have a straight driveway and it's not illegal to back out onto a minor…
What would be the first South American nation one would enter if driving from North America to South America?
Highway traffic ALWAYS has right of way to vehicles on any On Ramp, even when the On Ramp is full. Vehicles entering from the On Ramp cannot interrupt the right of way of highway traffic. Highway traffic should, IF safe to do so, move to the left when vehicles are approaching from an On Ramp--- BUT, highway traffic does NOT have to move over to allow incoming cars to merge from an On Ramp.
When entering a highway from an On Ramp can a car from the rear merge into the highway before the first car has a chance to merge into moving traffic?
Cars in the REAR on an On Ramp should NOT try to merge into moving traffic BEFORE the cars in front have merged into the traffic flow. The moving traffic has first right of way, and the first car entering a highway from an On Ramp has right of way BEFORE all other cars who are also entering the highway from the On Ramp. When motorists from behind try to enter a highway before motorists…