Turning at a Red Light
Many intersections have safety cameras that capture motorists who failed to make a complete stop before turning at a red light.
This traffic offence will be enforced, as motorists are required by law to come to a complete stop at a red light before making a right-hand turn where permitted.
Rolling past the stop line at a red light creates a dangerous situation for pedestrians and cyclists who may be crossing in front of vehicles waiting at the red light.
Keep these points in mind and avoid a fine:
- Motorists must stop behind the stop line or at the sign indicating where the stop line is.
- Turn your signal on, make a complete stop, and check for pedestrians and cyclists.
- Slowly enter the intersection and complete the turn only when it’s safe to do so.
So remember, a proper stop keeps everyone safe and helps you avoid a penalty.
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