Drivers are not required to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk.
A driver must come to a complete stop and yield when a pedestrian is in a marked crosswalk. A driver must also yield to a pedestrian who is in an unmarked crosswalk on the driver’s side of the roadway when there are no traffic control signals.
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This questions appears in the following tests:
Illinois Practice test 8
Illinois Practice test 16
Maine Practice test 23
Minnesota Practice test 3
Nevada Practice test 3
Nevada Practice test 14
New Mexico Practice test 7
Rhode Island Practice test 1
Utah Practice test 22
Virginia Practice test 7