Tips for Roundabouts & Traffic Circles
Roundabouts are designed to keep traffic moving and improve safety at intersections. Technically a roundabout is a traffic circle with more than one lane On approach, reduce your speed to about 20 km/hr in case you need to yield to other vehicles and for good…
Epic Guide To Turning Right on a Red Light When Driving
Question: Say I’m coming to a intersection and making a right turn on red. After stopping at the stop line can I slowly start to creep forward? Can I slowly start to turn the car to the right? Or must I stay behind the stop…
Driving At 2 Way Stops: Why Do I Have to Stop Behind the White Line?
Legally we must completely stop with the front of the vehicle behind the white line. But why? One of the reasons is pedestrians. Since – generally speaking – every intersection is a legal crosswalk, drivers must stop completely and look both ways for…
Why Do We Yield to the Right – Not the Left – When Driving?
Why do we yield to the right and not the left? Why, Why, WHY!? For example, say you have a 4-way stop and these two vehicles stop at the same time, and both want to go straight. If we yield to…
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