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Question:

Three cars arrive at an intersection at the same time. Who here has the right-of-way?

A The pedestrian and Car B
Explaination

Pedestrians have the right-of-way when they are about to, or already have, entered a crosswalk. Not all crosswalks have pavement markings, and not all crosswalks are on street corners. So here, the pedestrian has the right-of-way. Car B may proceed since it is not crossing the pedestrian's path. [Pedestrians, Chapter 6: Traffic Laws, Alabama Driver Manual]