There is an obligation to take special care at cross roads1. The driver of a vehicle which approaches a major road from a side road ought to give way to traffic on the major road2, but the driver of a vehicle on the major road is not absolved from the duty of taking care to avoid collision with a vehicle emerging from a side road3. Where there is a collision at cross roads of equal status, there is a guiding rule that the vehicle which has the other on its right hand side must give way
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