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What is the safest way to execute a left turn?
Enter the intersection; keep the vehicle’s wheels straight so that you do not cross in front of oncoming traffic if struck from behind. When there is a suitable space, make sure the turning path is clear of traffic, including pedestrians, and it is safe to go before proceeding through the turn. Be sure to stay on the right side of the centre line through the turn. Only one car should be in the intersection to complete a left turn.
How do I properly turn right at a red light?
Make sure a traffic control device does not prohibit a right turn. If permitted, then you must signal, come to a complete stop, and then turn when it is safe to do so. The only exception to this is when there are free flow turning lanes allowing free flow of traffic turning right.
What do I do in an uncontrolled intersection?
An uncontrolled intersection is any intersection that does not have traffic signs or signals. When approaching an uncontrolled intersection, check left and right for traffic, slow down and be prepared to stop. Yield the right of way to the vehicle on the right. Be alert as other drivers may not be expecting any traffic at the intersection and that could result in a collision.
What do I do if an emergency vehicle approaches a red light with lights and sirens engaged?
Stop and give the right of way to emergency vehicles until they have passed through the intersection. Failure to do so could result in a $233 fine plus three demerits.
What do I do at a T intersection?
At uncontrolled and three-way intersections, drivers must always yield to the vehicle on the right.
What do flashing red and amber lights mean at an intersection?
A flashing red light acts as a stop sign; vehicles must come to a stop before crossing the stop line or crosswalk. Vehicles facing a flashing amber light may proceed with caution after yielding to pedestrians and traffic in the intersection.
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