- Can you pass on the shoulder of the road?
- How do T intersections work?
- What means edge?
- What are the metal things on the side of the highway called?
- What is the side of the highway called?
- Can you stop on the hard shoulder for a wee?
- Is it legal to stop at a yield sign?
- What does gutter mean?
- What is a through roadway?
- Why is it called the shoulder of the road?
- Do you yield to the left or right?
- What is a shoulder on the highway?
- What is the edge of a street called?
- What are the bumps on the side of the highway?
- Can you turn right on a green light without an arrow?
Can you pass on the shoulder of the road?
Riding the shoulder and using the shoulder as a lane… if not an emergency or highway vehicle… is illegal.
If caught, you could be issued a citation or be arrested.
Although it is illegal, you may not be the only driver who is willing to take the risk of being caught..
How do T intersections work?
A T-junction is an intersection at which a minor roadway meets a major roadway. These are also common types of intersections that you will often encounter. The minor roadway at a T-intersection is almost always controlled by a stop sign, whereas the vehicles on the major roadway continue driving without having to stop.
What means edge?
noun. a line or border at which a surface terminates: Grass grew along the edges of the road. The paper had deckle edges. a brink or verge: the edge of a cliff; the edge of disaster. any of the narrow surfaces of a thin, flat object: a book with gilt edges.
What are the metal things on the side of the highway called?
Rumble strips (also known as sleeper lines or alert strips) are a road safety feature to alert inattentive drivers of potential danger, by causing a tactile vibration and audible rumbling transmitted through the wheels into the vehicle interior.
What is the side of the highway called?
Side of the road may refer to: Driving on the left or right. Shoulder (road), a reserved area alongside the verge of a road or motorway. Sidewalk, also known as a pavement or footpath.
Can you stop on the hard shoulder for a wee?
The hard shoulder on a motorway is there as a last resort in case of emergencies but as many as 2.5m drivers have admitted to using it as an impromptu loo. Stopping on the hard shoulder of a motorway or dual carriageway is, in fact, illegal unless it’s an emergency, a breakdown or you’re told to do so by police.
Is it legal to stop at a yield sign?
The Yield sign indicates to drivers that they must yield the right-of-way, slow down or stop if necessary, before entering the intersection, roundabout or any other facility and must not proceed until it is safe to do so.
What does gutter mean?
1a : a trough along the eaves to catch and carry off rainwater. b : a low area (as at the edge of a street) to carry off surface water (as to a sewer) c : a trough or groove to catch and direct something the gutters of a bowling alley.
What is a through roadway?
A road that passes through one or more cities, towns, or villages; especially one which serves as a route for through traffic; a main road within a built-up area.
Why is it called the shoulder of the road?
The ‘shoulder’ of a road is the land to the edge of the road. On most roads without pavements, the shoulder is a strip of grass or a hedgerow. This is known as a ‘soft shoulder’. On a motorway, this strip of land is hardstanding, hence the name ‘hard shoulder.
Do you yield to the left or right?
Unless otherwise directed by a traffic control device: A driver entering a traffic circle must yield the right-of-way to drivers already in the circle. While in the traffic circle, the driver on the right must yield right-of-way to the driver on the left.
What is a shoulder on the highway?
A shoulder, or hard shoulder, is an emergency stopping lane by the verge of a road or motorway, on the right side in countries which drive on the right, and on the left side in countries which drive on the left.
What is the edge of a street called?
A curb (North American English), or kerb (Commonwealth English except Canada; see spelling differences), is the edge where a raised sidewalk (pavement in British and Singaporean English; pavement or footpath in Australian English) or road median/central reservation meets a street or other roadway.
What are the bumps on the side of the highway?
They’re called Rumble Strips, but they have other names such as sleeper lines, growlers, or even woo woo boards. They can be raised or indented, i.e. cut into the asphalt or made of raised pieces of asphalt, or even plastic or metal strips or hobnails bolted to the road.
Can you turn right on a green light without an arrow?
yup.. it’s right there in the road rules. If the light is green and there are vehicles approaching from the opposite direction, you should move forward into the intersection past the STOP line if you can do so safely. If there is a safe gap in oncoming traffic, you may complete the turn.