Crossroads turning right

The most often used rule for crossroads is that a car turning right must give way.This is of course unless signs or road markings tell you otherwise.

When turning right at a crossroad, by default, if there are no arrows you should normally assume traffic will pass nearside to nearside (left side of your car opposite left side of the other car.Typically, left side is where the passenger sits in the UK).. This is not the safest method because the other vehicle car block your view on oncoming traffic.
Also, a sign on the tarmac might require you to pass offside to offside (driver side of your car opposite driver side of the other car. Typically, right side is where the driver sits in the UK). This is the safest method, as nothing can block your view.

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