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Who knows the answer to the question : "Who goes first" ? Nokorwat News is here to help with this guide.
Get to know the priority at the intersection with the traffic sign "Stop"
Phnom Penh: According to a source from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, said on Saturday, August 13, 2022: If you encounter a traffic situation as shown in the icon below, which vehicle should you give permission to go first?
According to the Ministry of Public Works, drivers need to understand the right of way at intersections and be careful when driving to avoid accidents and congestion when traveling on public roads.
CEO News suggests: Whatever the situation, proceed with caution.
Anchor Moy wrote: ↑Sun Aug 14, 2022 1:07 am
Me ! Of course. (I am replying for 99% of the population - locals and expats alike.)
But seriously ? Biggest vehicle wins every time.
Oh, so that was you, was it?
You might have a BIG vehicle mate, but my car is more expensive.
Expensive equals more high level connections.
Don't forget it.
You're lucky I didn't AK you there and then.
Now, move your BIG piece of trash aside so I can get to the noodle shop.
In cambodia, the #1 big truck which supposed to go first would always be the last to go while #3 goes ahead of #1. #4 would be #1 to go first because it is bad arse car while #2 have to give way.
Here people locals alway think turning right is tgeir right of way, F off especialky when at traffic lights junction where green light is right of way.
In my experience on Asian roads, it doesn't matter who was right or wrong, what counts is who will end up having to pay when the police arrive. It's usually the driver with the less expensive car because less money, fewer connections etc.