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CC Nov 2015 Driver 4 (Turns)

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Describe how to do a left turn?1) drive close to the center divider line or into the left turn lane 2) begin signaling about 100 feet before the turn 3) look over your left shoulder and reduce your speed 4) stop behind the limit line 5) look left, then right, then left again, and make the turn when it is safe 5) when you turn left, do not turn too soon and "cut the corner" of the lane belonging to the vehicles coming towards you
While waiting to turn left, why should you keep your wheels pointed straight ahead until it is safet to start your turn?beause if your wheels are pointed to the left and a vehicle hits you from behind, you could be pushed into incoming traffic
A left turn against a red light can only be made from what type of street to what type of street?from one-way street onto a one-way street
Describe how to do a left turn against a red light from a one-way street onto a one way street?1) signal and stop for a red traffic light at the marked limit line (if there is no limit line, stop before entering the crosswalk. If there is no crosswalk, stop before entering the intersection. 2) you may turn left into a left-moving one-way street if there is no sign to prohibit the turn 3) yield to pedestrians, bicyclists or other vehicles moving on their green light
Describe how to do a right turn?1) drive close to the right edge of the road 2) if there is a bike lane, drive into the bikeland no more than 200 feet before the turn 3) watch for bicyclists or motorcyclists who may get between your vehicle and the curb 4) begin signaling about 100 feet before the turn 5) look over your right hsoulder and reduce your speed 6) stop behind the limit line 7) look both ways and turn when it is safe 8) do not turn wide into another lane 9) complete your turn in the right lane
Describe how to do a right turn against a red light?1) signal and stop for a red traffic light at the marked limit line 2) if there is no limit line, stop before entering the crosswalk (if there is no crosswalk, stop before entering the intersection) 3) you may turn right if there is no sign to prohibit the turn (yield to pedestrians, motorcyclists, bicyclists or other vehicles moving on their green light.
Can you turn right or left against a red arrow?no
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EAMPLES OF RIGHT AND LEFT TURNS:
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Describe how to do a left turn from a two-way street?1) start the turn in the left lane closet to the middle of the street 2) comlete the turn, if safe, in either lane of the cross street 3) use the center left turn lane if one is available 4) a left turn may be made from the other lanes, if permitted by signs and arrows
Describe how to do a right turn?1) begin and end the turn in the lane nearest the right-hand curb 2) do not swing wide into another lane of traffic 3) watch for pedestrians, motorcyclists, and bicyclists between your vehicle and the curb 3) sometimes, signs or pavement markings will let you turn right from another lane
Describe how to do a left turn ofrom a two-way street into a one-way street?1) start the turn from the lane closest to the middle of the street 2) turn into any lane that is safely open
Describe how to do a left turn into a one-way street to a two-way street1) start the turn from the far left lane 2) turn tino either of the lanes that are safely open
Describe how to do a left turn from a one way street into a one-way street?1) start the turn from the far left lane 2) watch for pedestrians, motorcyclists and bicyclists between your vehicle and the curb because they can legally use the left turn lane for their left turns 3) turn into any lane that is safely open
Describe how to do a right turn from a one-way street onto a one-way street?1) start the turn in the far right lane 2) if safe, you may end the turn in any lane 3) sometimes, signs or pavement markings will let you turn right from aonther lane
Describe a turn at a "T" intersection from a one-way street into a two-way street?1) through traffic has the right-of-way 2) you may turn either right or left from the center lane 3) watch for vehicles, motorcyclists, and bicyclists inside your turn
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LEGAL U-TURNS:
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Describe what the U turn is?turning your vehicle around int he stret to go back the way you came
How to make a U-turn?signal an duse the far left lane or the center left turn lane
List the 4 areas where you can make a legal U-turn?1) across a double yellowline when it is safe and legal 2) in a residential district (if there are no vehicles approaching you within 200 feet or whenever a traffic sign, light or signal protects you from approaching vehicles 3) at an intersection on a green light or green arrow, unless a "No U-turn" sign is posted 4) on a divided highway, only if an opening is provided in the center divider
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ILLEGAL U-TURNS:
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List 8 scenarios where it would be considered as a illegal U-turn?Never make a U turn in the following scenarios = 1) at or ona railroad crossing 2) on a divided highway by crossing a dividing section, curb, strip of land, or 2 sets of double yellow lines 3) where you can't see clearly 200 feet in each direction because of a curve, hill, rain, fog or other reason 4)where a "no U-Turn" sign is posted 5) when other vehicles may hit you 6) on a one-way street 7) in front of a fire station. Never use a fire station driveway to turn your vehicle around 8) in business districts (churches, apartments, multiple dwelling houses, clubs, public buildings (except schools) are considered to be business districts. Turn only at an intersection, unless a sign prohibits it, or where openings are provided for turns
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