Persons on foot have a right to be on the highway and are entitled to the exercise of reasonable care on the part of persons driving vehicles on it1, but they must take reasonable care of themselves2, and may be answerable if they occasion accidents to vehicles3. The amount of care reasonably to be required of them depends on the usual and actual state of the traffic4, and on whether or not the foot passenger is at an approved and indicated pedestrian crossing5. A driver owes no
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