Who has right of way in this situation?

Nothing in my permit book says anything regarding this, so here goes... There are 2 (one way) streets intersecting. And there are stop signs at both sides. So if a regular car stops at the stop sign FIRST... and then a school bus comes a little after on the other street and stops... who has the right of way? My dad said the school bus should go first... is he right? and why or why not? Do school buses always have a right of way? I thought only police, emergency vehicles etc. have that power. I thought the only thing I gotta take into consideration is when school buses are unloading and loading passengers, then you must stop 6 meters or something away from the bus until the the red light stops flashing. Only answer who you think LEGALLY has the right of way.. thanks!

Asked By: kakapoopoopeepeeshire - 7/6/2010
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Read your Vehicle Code ... mine: CVC CHAPTER 4. RIGHT-OF-WAY... More
Answered By: Dimo J - 7/6/2010
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The school bus goes second. The car goes first. When all vehicles have stop signs, emergency vehicles go first, next pedestrians in crosswalks, and then all other vehicles go in the order that they arrived... More
Answered By: StephenWeinstein - 7/6/2010
Stephan is on the mark, with one clarification needed. Emergency vehicles not on emergency call, no lights or siren, are considered to be like any other vehicle and need to wait their turn.
Answered By: terrellfastball - 7/6/2010
If you get there first, go first. To the point of letting the bus go as a courtesy, I would encourage you to avoid that. It is actually quicker and more efficient from the bus driver's standpoint for you to just proceed first according to the right-of-way heirarchy than for the bus driver to wonder why you are not... More
Answered By: Barry - 7/7/2010
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