Gareth wrote:Your question is meaningless, (there is no right of way although in some circumstances one driver should yield priority to another).
FlyingFin wrote:...So... V2 in this scenario really does, by virtue of being in lane two with no obstructions ahead of him, have the right of way over V1.
FlyingFin wrote:By the time V1 gets the chance to pull out, bearing in mind he will have to reduce speed to do so, (otherwise he will collide with the rear of the HGV), there will be no conflict as V3 will have passed and will be ahead of V1.
FlyingFin wrote:I cannot believe you want to change the scenario but hey ho...
If you cannot work out what you should do, maybe you should reconsider whether you are fit to drive on the public highway...
What does the highway code say about pulling out and making another driver alter course or speed??
There lye's your answer.....
We are on the Advanced Driving Forum aren't we?
This is bread and butter stuff; a learner driver is expected to know the answer to that, so how as an ''advanced driver'' and I use the term very loosely in this case, do you not know the answer??
Good grief, have driver standards dropped that much??
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