Does a pedestrian have to completely cross the street before you can drive on?

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Road rules around intersections can cause some confusion for drivers at the best of times, let alone if there’s a pedestrian involved. But the rule of thumb is, pedestrians have the right of way unless a traffic controller or police person demonstrates otherwise. If an intersection doesn’t have any signs at all, you must give way to any pedestrians crossing the road that you’re turning into. This is the same whether you’re turning left or right. 

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