The traffic on the main road (with no stop signs) of course has first right of way. Suppose two cars are across from each other turning onto the main road. One is turning right and one is turning left (to both ultimately go the same direction). Who has right of way?
- Is it the person turning right?
- Is it the person who got to the stop sign first?
Does the answer change if there's a whole line of people turning right from one side and a whole line of people turning left from the other side?
I'm looking for the general rule in the United States. If the state matters, I'm in Ohio.