Driving Question: If there’s no traffic can I go through a red light?
No. This is the whole idea behind having traffic lights, isn’t it? Even if there is no traffic, you can not go straight through a red light (unless you’re at a red light that is located somewhere other than at an intersection, and you’ve stopped…
Q: Can I Turn Left on a Red Light?
In British Columbia *This info is relevant to British Columbia, Canada and may not apply to other provinces, states or countries. Two-Way Streets You can not turn left on a red light if you’re turning onto a two-way street (it’s illegal). One-Way Streets…
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