Red lights that stay red forever = Drivers must learn about traffic sensors!
Today I waited unnecessarily in a left-turn lane for 5 minutes ! Spread the word! It seems I will keep rambling about traffic sensors until the majority of people understand that they exist. If your traffic light is staying red FOREVER (Like in the video) it…
Q: After how long can you go through a red light if it doesn’t turn green?
Q: After how long can you go through a red light if it doesn’t turn green? Please Do not do this! If your light is staying red forever, it probably means you aren’t on the traffic sensor and you may need to roll…
Fun with Traffic Sensors & Left Turning Lanes
Many left turn lanes in Vancouver are quite long and are equipped with 2 sets of traffic sensors. This means if there’s only 1 car waiting in the left turn lane when the light is red, then the car will not get the advanced…
How To Tell If The Traffic Light Will Change To Yellow Soon When Driving
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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