Rights and Responsiblities
As a pedestrian, when crossing on a roadway where there are no intersections or marked crosswalks, the _______
A: Pedestrian must yield the right-of-way to vehicles.
A pedestrian using a white cane or guide dog always has the right-of-way on the road.
A: True. Drivers must always yield to pedestrians with limited sight.
When are pedestrians permitted to walk or jog on a toll bridge?
B: When there is a sidewalk 3 ft. wide and signs posted saying that pedestrians are allowed.
A pedestrian must not stop, linger or delay traffic unnecessarily while crossing the street.
A: True. Pedestrians must respect vehicles on the roadway.
When walking or jogging on the shoulder of a roadway that does not have sidewalks and that is not within a business or residential district, a pedestrian must try to stay:
A: On the left side of the road facing oncoming traffic.