Is it against the law to wait in an intersection until the light turns red before turning left?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions. Motorists approaching a signalized intersection intending to turn left should enter the intersection only on a green light. Once in the intersection the motorist should not complete their turn until it can be done in complete safety. If this means waiting through the amber light until the light turns red, that’s fine. You must ensure that all oncoming traffic has come to a stop.
- When the camera is searching, it momentarily sees the green light (the red LED on the camera turns on), but the camera doesn lock on to the target and continues to search. What gives?
- Should you drive through a red light to allow a police car with a siren to pass?
- Whos at fault when a car turning left hits you when its a yellow light?