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Traffic lights - car actually

Squag1

Can't remember....
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The light in question.

Below is at the same junction

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andyBeaker

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The light in question.

Below is at the same junction

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So amber then green, then amber?
Interestingly I went over to Hove this morning and encountered two filter lights for turning right at traffic lights. Neither changed 'suddenly' and I managed to cope with both quite well.

I also discovered that the little well in front of the handbrake switch in the car is the perfect size for three Extra Strong Mints.

Great trip all round. :)
 

Malone

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It was the same principle in Canada, turn right on red - it just feels so wrong.
 

Squag1

Can't remember....
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So amber then green, then amber?
Interestingly I went over to Hove this morning and encountered two filter lights for turning right at traffic lights. Neither changed 'suddenly' and I managed to cope with both quite well.

I also discovered that the little well in front of the handbrake switch in the car is the perfect size for three Extra Strong Mints.

Great trip all round. :)
Green Amber Red.
Red Green
 

Squag1

Can't remember....
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So, in summary, she was not expecting the lights to change.

User error.

:)
The lights didn’t substantial change.
The right to turn cancelled but she wasn't obliged to stop at the line. She should have continued to middle of junction and waited for opportunity to turn right.
 
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