Q: When you are coming off Highway 260 down to Wells Fargo, and then going into the drive-thru, who has the right-of-way between people coming from the McDonald's area? I've almost been hit a couple of times. I assumed that because I was coming off a major street that I had the right-of-way, but no one seems to be able to answer my question. Are there any plans to put up yield signs?
A: According to Lori Bernhardt of BP Properties, when two people come to any kind of intersection, the person on the right usually has the right-of-way. "Since BP Properties has owned it, I can see that intersection is not real good. We are going to be out there ... but we are going to put yield or stop signs somewhere, because I think right now you are right. People can be confused," she said.
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