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The Why and Wherefore of Traffic Law

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This chapter contains sections titled: Traffic Law for Drivers of Vehicles, Principles and Statutes, Drivers and Pedestrians, Conflict or Cooperation?, First Come, First Served, Right-of-Way at Intersections, Superior and Inferior Roadways, Traffic Signals, Driving on the Right, Overtaking and Being Overtaken, Signaling, Channelization, Notification of Special Restrictions, Human Abilities and Traffic Rules, Laws and Facilities for Cyclists Alone, Summary