I see this all the time, and it's often a topic of debate among friends. I'm curious to know what the answer is. I can see it going either way.
Car at red light making right turn and another car coming from the right making a u-turn. This car has a green light.
- The car at red light should yield, as it has a red light.
- But how does the car at red light know that the intersection allows for u-turns? There are no signs for the car in 1 to see the intersection allow for u-turns, and there is no signal on the vehicle coming from the right to indicate it's making a u-turn. If you see the signal for left, wait until you know it's not making a u-turn?
- It's California, and none of the laws here make sense ;0