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What about the traffic lights
- Jul 11, 2018 -

Go straight road

There is only one set of traffic lights at the straight intersection. When the red light is on, the straight road stops. When the green light is on, the straight road passes. For those allowed to turn around, traffic lights can turn around, but some places may mark "turn around at red lights" to ensure safety, which can only be turned at red lights. In particular, if you see no turning sign before the intersection, it means no turning at the intersection, so be careful not to violate the regulations.


T intersection

T junction generally includes three situations, which are expressed as A, B and C.
Class A: turning the vehicle around does not depend on the traffic lights. It is safe to turn left. Direct vehicles shall pass according to the traffic lights (stop at red and go at green); Right-turn vehicles also do not rely on traffic lights.
Class B: turning the vehicle around does not depend on the traffic lights. It is safe to turn left. Left-turn vehicles shall pass according to the traffic lights (stop at red and go at green); Right-turn vehicles also do not rely on traffic lights.
Class C: the turning vehicle does not depend on the traffic lights, and it is safe to turn left. Left-turn vehicles shall pass according to the traffic lights (stop at red and go at green); Right-turn vehicles also do not rely on traffic lights.


The crossroads

At least two sets of traffic lights will be provided at intersections, usually in arrowheads. Turning vehicles do not rely on the traffic lights (but many intersections need to cross the stop line and follow the left turn signal) to ensure safety when turning left. Direct vehicles shall pass according to the traffic lights (stop at red and go at green); The right-turn vehicle does not depend on the traffic lights.
Rules and precautions for traffic lights of motor vehicles when a motor vehicle passes a junction controlled by a traffic light, it shall pass in accordance with the following provisions:
When turning left, turn left at the center of the intersection. Turn on the turn signal when turning, and turn on the near-light signal when driving at night.
(2) at a junction marked with a guiding lane, enter the driving lane in the direction required;
(3) in case of a stop signal, stop outside the stop line in turn. If there is no stop line, stop outside the intersection.
(4) allow motor vehicles already inside the roundabout to go ahead if they are ready to enter the roundabout;
(5) at intersections where there is no direction indicator light, vehicles turning a corner shall let vehicles and pedestrians going straight ahead. The right-turn vehicle driving in the opposite direction gives the left-turn vehicle a head start.
(6) when receiving the release signal, it shall pass in turn;
(7) when turning to the right and encountering the vehicle in front of the same lane waiting for the release signal, stop and wait successively;

Author:Bunny Sun