Which car would have the right of way?

This is a little picture I edited, this is a parking lot for a high school and I was wondering which car would have the right of way in this scenario. Car C was driving quite fast towards the exit as Car B was already heading in the exit and was following Car A behind. Car B slowed down when the driver noticed Car

This is a little picture I edited, this is a parking lot for a high school and I was wondering which car would have the right of way in this scenario. Car C was driving quite fast towards the exit as Car B was already heading in the exit and was following Car A behind. Car B slowed down when the driver noticed Car C was hastily coming towards him/her. Car C started pulling in front of Car B and Car C kept going and Car B honked their horn and stopped, then Car C honked their horn and drove off. Car A and Car B were turning right and Car C was going to be turning left at the exit. This scenario has been bothering me, please answer!

Other answer:

Jake:
In USA where we drive on the right side of the road, these drive ways will be considered a undivided two-way road, since there is no divider or line in the middle.
If both Car B and C approached the turn towards Car A, then Car C has the right of way since it is closer to the turn.
But if Car B was ahead, closer to the turn and has started to make the turn, then Car C should yield.
Mikel:
In most states following the national traffic standards, In a parking area for 10 or more vehicles the Right of Way is the same as on the street.
But once entering the street the traffic on the thoroughfare have right of way.
In some states a vehicle making a left turn have right of way over a vehicle making a right turn or going straight.
So, it all depends on your States traffic regulations (law).
Phil M:
If this was on the street, car c would have right of way. I tend to follow the same rules in a parking lot. I think it boils down to who ever is the most courteous will yield.
Robert:
Since you're in a parking lot of what appears to be a condo or townhouse, I would think a little bit of courtesy would apply here, don't you?
STEPHEN:
No such thing as "right of way". It's "priority".
Kevin:
None… your in a parking lot.

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