Road Rights Question #21

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Road Rights Question 21

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The Question:

The above picture shows a motorist driving down a two-way street about to turn right. In front of the motorist is a pedestrian crossing the street within an unmarked crosswalk. What is the minimum width of that crosswalk?

The Answer: 6ft

In Idaho, all crosswalks are a minimum of 6 feet wide. It is the responsibility of the motorist to remain out of the crosswalk until the pedestrian is clear of the vehicle.

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