Your car should be positioned next to the center line before:?
A. Making a right turn from a one-way street
B. Making a left turn from a two-way street
C. Moving straight across an intersection
D. All of the above
et’s look at each one logically:
A: if you move left to the center line before making a right, you’re likely to get passed on the right by someone thinking you’re turning left and cause a collision. Not smart.
B: If you move left to the center line before turning left, it will be obvious you’re turning left and no cars will be able to squeeze past you in your lane on your left. So, that’s safe and logical.
C: If you drive next to the center line you risk collision with every oncoming car that crosses the line just a little, which happens often, and probably will lose a lot of mirrors. This is unsafe (you should drive in the middle or your lane in most circumstances, not at the center line).
The answer is B. Drive in the center of your lane where safe to do so. Don’t drive next to the center line.
Your car should be positioned next to the center line before