701. Definition of Right-of-Way
When the law requires a [driver/pedestrian] to "yield the right-of-way" to [another/a] [vehicle/pedestrian], this means that the [driver/pedestrian] must let the [other] [vehicle/pedestrian] go first.
Even if someone has the right-of-way, that person must use reasonable care to avoid an accident.
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