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47-11-401.


47-11-401.
   
   A. The driver of a vehicle on a county road approaching an
   intersection with a state or federal highway shall, whether a stop
   sign is present, visible or not, stop and yield the right-of-way to a
   vehicle which has entered the intersection or which is so close
   thereto as to constitute an immediate hazard. The driver of a vehicle
   on a private drive or any road not maintained by the county or state
   approaching an intersection with a county road designated as a
   thoroughfare, as established by resolution of the board of county
   commissioners, shall stop and yield the right-of-way to a vehicle
   which has entered the intersection or which is so close to the
   intersection as to constitute an immediate hazard.
   
   B. When two vehicles enter or approach an intersection from different
   highways at approximately the same time, except as provided in
   subsection A of this section, the driver of the vehicle on the left
   shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right.
   
   C. The right-of-way rules declared in subsections A and B of this
   section are modified at through highways and otherwise as hereinafter
   stated in this chapter.
   

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