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  1. No surprises I knew them all, the intersection one is most ignored or unknown to many in my commutes. Traffic does move in more than one direction, simple geometry is not rocket science. It’s these behaviours I need to educate our city on while I run for regional council.

  2. Ganesh says:

    I wish I could say I followed all those rules!

  3. RonNasty64 says:

    I just want to know why people turn into the wrong lanes, it’s very annoying. (i.e. turn left into right-hand lane and right into left-hand lane.)

    • safedriver says:

      Thanks for the comment. Most people will turn wide because of laziness or just a bad habit. Some will go wide because they have to make an immediate turn. Doing a proper turn and lane change wouldn’t work because of a short distance from the intersection. Other than that, it’s purely a bad habit by the driver.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Stopping behind the stop line is the one I see most often neglected by many motorists including cyclists! The stop line is intended for larger vehicles (trucks and buses) to be able to make a right or left turn safely.

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