Hi all, I'll preface this by stating I've been driving for 20 yrs or so, have not to date been involved in any accidents w/anyone else (I did slide off a snowy road once in Maine many years ago), and have a clean history [best way to keep ins costs down!]. So, I am an attentive driver. Near our new little farm home is an intersection. One way does not have any stop and is fairly busy, at commuting hours anyway. The cross street has a flashing yellow light and stop signs on either side. I almost ALWAYS go straight across this road to get to/from home, and often there are cars at both sides, and the opposite side driver is turning left. So, who has the right of way? Me, who wants to go straight across, or the person who has to turn left into traffic? Does it matter who got there first (if known)? I have had more than once had unexpected interactions with other drivers, sometimes I've been the upset one - sometimes the other person... This morning, I clearly upset the other person who wanted to turn left. It's difficult because both starting from stopped means we step on the gas to do what we think we ought to be. I don't like this intersection anyway (it's hard to see if cars are coming around the bending cross street) and think it should have a four way stop. It would be safer for cyclists too (but at least less busy during weekends). Thanks!