Q: How can I tell when I’m at the “Point of No Return” While Driving?
This is a difficult question in which to give a straight forward answer. The point of no return when driving refers to the point at which you keep going when the light goes yellow. This means you are at the point where it is either…
Driving Around : What are Fresh Lights and Stale Traffic Lights?
Fresh Green Traffic Light A Fresh light is a green light you know for sure is going to stay green. The only way to be 100% certain is to see the pedestrian “Walk” signal advising the pedestrians that they may start walking across the…
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