Failure to Yield?

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Failure to yield means failure to give right of way to drivers and pedestrians when you are supposed to do so. It is a traffic violation. Not obeying a failure to yield could cause serious accidents.
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Means that you blocked the road for someone who had the right to drive right by.
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The fine including court costs, for
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It means you pulled out too soon and the other car (which had the right of way) either couldn't avoid you, had to take dangerous evasive action or hit you because they were too close
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