As for regulations that only 12 points for a driver's license, I think that none of acquaintances who own a car will be satisfied, because deductions are not enough! If you do not keep traffic rules firmly in your heart, then all kinds of traffic violations will follow us like a shadow, even if you are a veteran who regards parking and overloading as normal driving, you can only obediently accept punishment when you are faced with a traffic police ticket. Not to mention some novice car owners who do not even know traffic rules, even if they drive more honestly than anyone else, points and fines will inevitably be deducted from them for not being familiar with traffic rules, especially so-called " A beginner's nightmare." All sorts of rules and regulations will deduct invisible points from you, it's really tiring!
The experience of deducting points and penalties for U-turns has probably been experienced by car owners and friends, and many times they turned around when they thought there was no problem, but they deducted points and penalties, and they are at a loss! So, how do we successfully avoid this “hardest hit area” of points deductions and penalties? Let's talk about it today.
Under what conditions can you turn around?
Intersections with turning lights (signs)
This is true. If you are at an intersection with a turning light, you can definitely make a U-turn. If you see him, then feel free to make a U-turn, my friend!
However, if there are other things besides headlights, such as "Turn at a red light" type of signs, then you must act according to signs as well. Points will be deducted from you in accordance with logo transaction.
Intersections with left turn lights but no turn lights
Of course, turns are allowed not only at intersections with turn signals. Under normal conditions, U-turns are also permitted at intersections without turn lights but with left turn lights. As a rule, there are dotted lines here. at intersections where you can make U-turns, but you also need to pay attention to whether there is a sign prohibiting U-turns, if there are U-turns, points will be deducted and fined.
In fact, you can turn around at any intersection without a sign prohibiting a U-turn
This is true, as long as there is no intersection where U-turns are prohibited due to fact that they do not affect traffic situation, U-turns are allowed. You may have doubts, if this is case, then why is it so easy to be deducted and fined for a reversal? This is because illegal behavior of many car owners is not U-turn itself, but other illegal activities such as pushing line and occupying pavement during the U-turn process.
Everyone knows that parking is prohibited in area of the yellow grid line, but this does not mean that we cannot turn around from here, as long as there is no fence in this area, there is no problem for us to turn around here.
Under what circumstances can you turn around?
Intersection without U-turn sign
I think everyone understands this, so I'll stop gossip.
Don't turn left at intersection
It's actually a matter of causation. Since left turns are not allowed at this intersection, U-turns are naturally prohibited.
The leftmost lane is a straight road
Same as above, if leftmost lane is straight, that means that that lane cannot turn left, and naturally you cannot turn around.
Why can't you turn around?
Ok, all of above is about reversal issue, hopefully after reading this article you can stay out of trouble with infractions and never get points and penalties deducted from reversals again!