2006 Code of Virginia § 46.2-863 - Failure to yield right-of-way

46.2-863. Failure to yield right-of-way.

A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who fails to bring his vehicleto a stop immediately before entering a highway from a side road when thereis traffic approaching on such highway within 500 feet of such point ofentrance, unless (i) a "Yield Right-of-Way" sign is posted or (ii) wheresuch sign is posted, fails, upon entering such highway, to yield theright-of-way to the driver of a vehicle approaching on such highway fromeither direction.

(Code 1950, 46-209, 46-209.1; 1950, p. 880; 1952, c. 671; 1954, cc. 225,401, 458; 1958, c. 541, 46.1-190; 1960, c. 510; 1964, c. 266; 1966, c. 694;1968, c. 575; 1970, c. 521; 1974, cc. 222, 455; 1975, c. 633; 1978, c. 27;1979, c. 86; 1981, cc. 333, 585; 1985, c. 148; 1989, c. 727.)

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