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  One-way onto a two-way 
When it is safe and legal, turn from the lane 
nearest the left side of the road. Turn into the 
nearest lane to the right of the yellow line. 
Yield to pedestrians to your left.

 

  One-way onto a one-way 
When it is safe and legal, turn from the lane 
nearest the left side of the road. Turn into the 
lane nearest to the left side of the road. Yield to 
pedestrians crossing to your left. 

When the light is red, if there are no signs 
prohibiting the turn, you may turn left on a 
red light from a one way to a one way after 
you come to a complete stop at the proper 
stopping location (stop line or crosswalk) and 
it is safe. This also applies to dual lane turns. 
Yield to pedestrians crossing to your left.

Turning lanes

Some lanes are designated as turning
lanes. As you approach an intersection,
always check the signs and pavement
markings. Make sure you are in the
correct lane to turn or go straight ahead.

Dual lane turns

When turning right or left where dual lane
turns are indicated by pavement markings
or signs, approach the intersection in
one of the marked lanes and turn into the
corresponding lane.

 

 Dual lane turns

Dual lane turns can only be made
where indicated. Never swing wide
or change lanes in dual lane turn
intersections as another vehicle could
be turning beside you. Watch the vehicle
turning beside you, as it may swing wide
into your lane.

Unless prohibited by a sign, at a dual
right turn intersection, you may turn
right on a red light after you come to a
complete stop at the proper stopping
point (stop line or crosswalk).


64  A Driver's guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing

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