Road Rights Question #36

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Road Rights Question 36

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The Question:

The above picture a line of upside down triangles painted on the road near an intersection. What do these upside down triangles mean?

The Answer: YIELD

A line of upside down triangles is known as a “yield line.” At the point of the triangles you are to slow your vehicle (bike or car) and yield if necessary.

Have you seen this on the roadway before? Did you know what it meant?

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