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Who has the right-of-way when merging onto a freeway?

Merging from a ramp onto an interstate or other multiple-lane highway can be tricky and stressful at times even for the most experienced drivers.

It certainly helps when drivers on the main highway change lanes to provide better access for vehicles trying to merge. But are drivers on the main freeway required to move over and clear a lane for merging vehicles?

"We certainly encourage drivers on freeways to change lanes if possible or adjust their speed so that merging vehicles can enter the main highway safely and get into the traffic flow quickly. However, drivers merging from a ramp onto a highway should be aware that vehicles on the main freeway have the right-of-way by law and are not required to move over," says says State Patrol Superintendent David Collins.