Stay in your lane people...
Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to have a little chat about the importance of maintaining your lane during a left turn at a green arrow intersection. You know the ones I'm talking about - the intersections that allow you to make a right turn on red, but somehow, you still manage to screw it up.
Let's start with the basics - the green arrow is there for a reason. It's not just a pretty little light to add some color to your day. No, it's there to indicate that it is your turn to turn left. You see that little arrow pointing to the left? That's your cue to turn left. Not straight. Not right. And definitely not across multiple lanes.
But somehow, there always seems to be that one person who can't seem to grasp this concept. They'll start turning left, and then suddenly veer off into the right lane, cutting off anyone trying to make a right turn on red. And let's not even get started on the ones who try to make a left turn from the right lane. I mean, seriously, where do these people learn to drive?
So let's all just take a moment to review the rules of the road, shall we? When the green arrow is lit, it's your turn to turn left. When the light is red, you stop. And when it's green, you go - but only in the direction indicated by the arrow. Got it? Good.
Now, let's all do our part to make the roads a little safer and less frustrating for everyone. Remember, maintain your lane during a left turn at a green arrow intersection. It's not that hard, people. Just pay attention and follow the rules.