Yes, if the winds are high enough that can move your car around. They can even blow you off the road but it would take very high winds to do that. The bigger the vehicle the more susceptible to high winds it is.
not assume they will make space for you to return to your lane
Need more details in order to make an assessment of this. If a vehicle in one lane made contact with a vehicle in the other lane, then one of those vehicles obviously left their lane. Which one it was will make a significant difference here.Also: Were you trying to pass the semi on the right?
you may not make a left lane change
using signal lights and positioning your vehicle in the direction you intend to go (left lane change, put vehicle toward the left side of your lane and the opposite for a right lane change).
To pass a vehicle on a two lane road, if the speed is 45 mph or above, make sure oncoming traffic is at least 1/2 a mile away. Then turn on your signal, check your mirrors and over your shoulder, move into the left lane, get at least two car lengths passed the vehicle you are passing, (see their tires and ground), then signal to get back into the right lane as long as they aren't speeding up. To pass on a freeway, watch the tires of the vehicle you are passing to make sure the driver isn't coming into your lane. If you are coming into their lane, make sure you can see their tires in the rear view mirror and make sure they aren't going faster than you. Then signal and come over.
high winds, floods , tropical storms , lightning, thunde , ect.
If the driver has completely turned into the center lane and vehicle B rear ends vehicle A directly from behind then it is driver Bs fault. If vehicle a has not completed the turn into the center lane and vehicle B impacts on an angle at say the drivers side door or left rear passengers door, basically anywhere along the left side of the vehicle then it is driver A's fault.Another View: When turning right onto a multi-lane roadway, the law requires you to turn into the right-hand lane of that roadway. You may change lanes only when you determine that the lanes to your left are clear to merge into. YOU are at fualt for the collision.
to observe what is behind and to the sides of your vehicle, so you are able to make safe lane changes, stops, and turns
1. Check the lane you are passing in to make sure there is no on-coming traffic. 2. Signal lane change. 3. Accelerate while moving into passing lane. 4. Signal to re-enter correct lane. 5. Maintain speed to stay ahead of overtaken vehicle. 6. Continue driving.
It means that the high winds, the really high winds, are affecting areas of land as opposed to being over the sea. Obviously when the hurricane is over the sea no damage is caused, on land it's different because that's where the people live !
In the case of a motorist not having their lights dimmed, such as driving with their high-beams on when not needed, there are a number of ways in which you can deal with the situation. The first, and i believe most common way, is to flash your high-beams at them. Of course this will only work if the vehicle is ahead of you. If the vehicle is behind you, i would suggest a lane change, or even reposition your mirrors so the light isn't in your eyes. Slam on the breaks and make him go round I hope i helped you! This is all i have! By the way, i posted this previously :)
The winds make the monsoons cold by people making it cold from ice.