That's exactly right. I was a witness to an incident similar to this and was told the fault was assigned to the rear vehicle for that very reason - one lane - even though the turn was very wide.engineered wrote: ↑Nov 27th, 2017 9:31 pmI assume he slowed down because you honked at him? That would be an interesting case because technically it's still one lane at that point so he didn't do anything wrong, he just took a wide turn.
Really that new lane shouldn't appear out of nowhere like that. It should diverge like the left turn lane there.
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