Let's say you're at a junction, waiting to turn right. The traffic on the main road is flowing in both directions. Car approaching from the left decides to stop, and give you way.
This has been happening a lot in Birmingham recently. As far as I know, it is against the highway code for that car to give me way, and I must wait until the carriageway is clear and then take my right turn.
I know some people do this out of politeness. If it were a lorry or another vehicle turning on to the road I was coming on to I would understand, they need more room. However, for small cars this is unneeded. Recently, there have been a lot of crash for cash scams here. They let you turn right, as soon as you begin to turn they crash in to you hence why I wait. So, this is an automatic at fault rtc.
What would you do?
In this picture:
Green car sitting waiting to turn right (me) has to wait until road is clear, blue car which has just past from his left to right has right of way, regardless if he's going straight (as in pic) or turning right. There have been many reports of people giving way and then crashing in to you.
Click: (not sure how to embed a pic)https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/559d1ccce5274a155900001f/the-highway-code-rule-211.jpg