In California, according to LAPD, a stop is 5 seconds at the stop line. It would be the driver who ran the stop and struck the left turning vehicle. Of course its the CHIP that works witht he DMV to dish out driving laws. Check out your state highway patrol or DMV website.
stopping an oncoming vehicle.
If you can see the oncoming vehicle then he can see you. Dim your lights at that time.
A vehicle approaching from the opposite direction.
Going on the assumption that the oncoming vehicle either had a green light or was not required to stop, and without knowing full details of the circumstances surrounding the situation, you would be cited for failure to remain stopped, as the oncoming vehicle would have had right-of-way. However, a lot of factors can change this determination, such as the accident being found to be the result of excessive speed by the oncoming vehicle, etc.
If the vehicle is stationary in the roadway blocking traffic, with its hazard flashers on (UNLESS IT IS A SCHOOL BUS OR EMERGENCY VEHICLE) you may proceed cautiously around it providing oncoming traffic is not a hazard.
This distance your vehicle travels while stopping is?total stopping distance
Within 500 feet of oncoming traffic.
no, it is their fault for not letting you know they were stopping.
When you are within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle or you come up behind a vehicle.
you can pass a vehicle in front of you if there is no oncoming trafic
An example of a(n) _______ hazard is an oncoming vehicle that drifts into your lane of travel. 1) real (CORRECT) non-threatening potential immediate
500ft if it's oncoming. 350ft if you're coming up behind someone.
At night a driver should dim his headlights when an oncoming motor vehicle comes within 1,000 feet. You should switch your headlights from full beam to dipped beam when a oncoming car passes. It is unsafe to leave your headlights on full beam as it blinds the driver of the oncoming car.
In the United States, yellow lines divide lanes of oncoming traffic. A solid yellow line indicates you cannot safely or legally pass a vehicle in front of you by merging into the oncoming traffic lane; a broken yellow line indicates you can legally and safely pass a vehicle in front of you by merging into the oncoming traffice land after determining there is no oncoming traffic.
That's going to depend on your speed and the speed of the oncoming vehicle. Plus, we're pretty sure that it also depends on the speed of the guy you're trying to pass.
Trains require a long stopping distance.
The police stopped the vehicle.We need a new vehicle.The vehicle was orange and had purple dots.The transport vehicle will arrive any minute.
In the United States, a broken yellow line in the middle of the road indicates you can see far enough ahead to check for oncoming traffic to safely pass a slower vehicle in front of you. It is still your responsibility to ensure there is no oncoming traffic and that you can safely pass the slower vehicle in front of you before any oncoming traffic reaches you.
500 feet if the vehicle is coming to you, 300 feet if you are following it.