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Three cars arrive at an uncontrolled T-intersection. In what order should the cars proceed?


At a T-intersection, cars on the through (main) road (like B and C here) have the right-of-way, so Car A must yield to Cars B and C. Cars turning left must yield to oncoming traffic, so Car C must yield to Car B. Hence, the order of the cars is B, C, A. [Lanes, Intersections, and Turns, Chapter 4: Rules of the Road, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Driver's Manual]