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A divisive graphic (photo) with two cars running at an intersection was posted online on Monday by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

& # 39; The orange car has a lot of time & # 39 ;: drivers are divided over who has priority in the road rules quiz – and it's not as easy as it looks

  • Motorists are divided into a simple road rules quiz posted by a road authority
  • The participating quiz shows an orange car and a red car running at an intersection
  • Some drivers thought the orange car had to give way while others thought it was red
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Drivers are divided about who has priority in a seemingly simple road rules quiz – but the answer might surprise you.

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A splitting image of two cars that were running at an intersection posted online by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) on Monday.

& # 39; You know your road rules, and now is your chance to prove it. Who gives space? & # 39; the TMR subtitles the Facebook image.

A divisive graphic (photo) with two cars running at an intersection was posted online on Monday by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

A divisive graphic (photo) with two cars running at an intersection was posted online on Monday by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

The TMR made a Facebook message (photo) in which drivers were asked about who had the right of way

The TMR made a Facebook message (photo) in which drivers were asked about who had the right of way

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The TMR made a Facebook message (photo) in which drivers were asked about who had the right of way

& # 39; The lights are a bit confusing & # 39 ;, wrote a Brisbane woman.

& # 39; The orange must give way – but when the light is red on the red car and they are over the full line it seems like they are trying to make the red light run and orange still has to give way, regardless of the fact that is a green light at their intersection. & # 39;

& # 39; Nobody, the orange car has a lot of time before the red car arrives there. Especially if he is not stopped, & said a Boonah man.

& # 39; Perhaps the person with the collapse sign is & # 39 ;, said a Morayfield woman.

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& # 39; We have learned that there is no such thing as obvious & # 39 ;, the TMR replied.

The department has posted a video tip to help those who have difficulty finding the answer.

& # 39; If you turn left with a slip slip, you have to make way for a pedestrian on the slip slip & # 39 ;, wrote the road administrator.

The Department of Transport finally revealed the answer after many failed attempts.

& # 39; Answer: The orange car must give way to the red car, & # 39; wrote the department.

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& # 39; The red car turns right at the intersection and has to make way for all oncoming traffic, except for a vehicle driving left with a lane.

& # 39; Next question – why do so many of you call our orange car yellow? & # 39;

A man joked: & # 39; It's not yellow – it's orange. & # 39;

The Department of Transport has finally revealed the answer (photo) after many failed attempts

The Department of Transport has finally revealed the answer (photo) after many failed attempts

The Department of Transport has finally revealed the answer (photo) after many failed attempts

& # 39; If you turn left with a slip slip, you must make room for a pedestrian on the slip slip & # 39 ;, wrote the road authority (stock image)
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& # 39; If you turn left with a slip slip, you must make room for a pedestrian on the slip slip & # 39 ;, wrote the road authority (stock image)

& # 39; If you turn left with a slip slip, you must make room for a pedestrian on the slip slip & # 39 ;, wrote the road authority (stock image)

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