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Why, why, Why! Probably because when you turn right you only have to yield to one lane (one direction) of vehicles and when you turn left you would have to yield to both directions. And if the intersection were such a size, shape, design, or…
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Left Turns Are Complicated I can’t possibly write everything there is to know about how to turn left here. There are a lot of exceptions to rules and unique intersections. However, I’ve tried to include a lot of the basic fundamental ideas. I hope it helps. 🙂…
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