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originally posted by: JDeLattre89
In most states (I do not know FL laws) if you enter the intersection prior to the light turning red, then you have the right of way until you get out of the intersection. The exception to this is when the intersection is already full. You should never enter an intersection if you do not have room to exit the other side.
Definition of lights:
Green = Go
Yellow (Amber) = The light is about to turn red
Red = Stop
Yellow DOES NOT mean: go faster, slow down, or yield
I don't know the driving laws where she is and I don't plan on looking it up.
I don't know the driving laws where she is and I don't plan on looking it up. I just think she is responsible even if this is considered lawful
Vehicles approaching or entering intersections.—
(1) The driver of a vehicle approaching an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to a vehicle which has entered the intersection from a different highway.