What do you do when you come to an intersection in PA when there isn’t any light?
Or what do you do when two cars approach a stop sign at almost exactly the same time?
The Road Warrior over at the Morning Call has an answer from PA’s Vehicle Code-
A final point regarding right-of-way rules, and this applies to three- or four-way-stop intersections of any type, whether signalized but without power, or with stop signs in all directions. From the state Vehicle Code: “When two vehicles approach or enter an intersection from different [roadways] at approximately the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right.” This circumstance occurs with frequency at busy three- and four-way stop intersections, yet I never knew a specified procedure existed till 2004, when a reader asked about it. I’d only been driving for 37 years.
Now you know! 🙂