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The left-turn ver­sus right-turn rule All traf­fic turn­ing right must give way to a ve­hi­cle com­ing from the op­po­site di­rec­tion and turn­ing left. This ap­plies at cross roads, T-in­ter­sec­tions and drive­ways where both ve­hi­cles are fac­ing each other with no signs or sig­nals, or the same signs or sig­nals. Think: If you’re turn­ing right, give way. The un­con­trolled T-in­ter­sec­tions rule (‘‘un­con­trolled’’ means when there are no signs or sig­nals to tell you what to do)

At an un­con­trolled T-in­ter­sec­tion, all traf­fic from a ter­mi­nat­ing road (bot­tom of the T) should now give way to all traf­fic on a con­tin­u­ing road (top of the T). Think: Top of the T goes be­fore me. Source: NZ Trans­port Agency

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