I'm sorry but you are. Green light left still yeilds to oncoming, only green arrow left does not have to yeild.
A green arrow means that (assuming the traffic lights are not malfunctioning) it is safe to turn in the direction of the arrow, if you are in the correct lane. This is different from simply a green light, which means you may turn (if the green light is for the turn lane) but you must yield to oncoming traffic.
when gearbox fault light comes on, it means there is a problem with the gearbox. you need to take vehicle to a mechanic
It simply means that the light's been green for a time already, as opposed to a fresh green light, which just turned green.
It's really situation dependent. If the car which collided cross the intersection on a green light or a protected left turn (a green arrow), then they had the right-of-way. If that driver ran a stop light or sign, or failed to yield right-of-way when they didn't have a protected left turn, they'd be liable.
If the light came on it is because there is a fault showing in the SRS system, you will most likely need to have the reason for the fault corrected before the light to remain off on the dash. Auto parts stores can read the code, but likely a body shop or dealer will have to replace the needed parts and reset light.
Depends. If the light has a sign next to it that says 'Yield on green light' it means you can go when the light is green and there is no traffic coming from the opposite direction that could hit you. If there is no sign wait for the arrow.
Technically a driver is not allowed to break any traffic laws to get out of the way of an ambulance, as such she should not have run the red light. If the ambulance had its lights and sirens on, then you are both at fault since you both should have pulled over.
If the green arrow shows for the direction you want to turn then you obey the green arrow, the red light is for all other traffic. The green arrow basically overrules the red light for the direction of the arrow.
The opposite color to pink (a tone of red) on the color wheel is green.The opposite of pink is mint green (light green) because the opposite of red is green.
A green mouse. Because the mouse is small and the opposite of pink on a color wheel is green (light green.)
Both of you ! The pedestrian is at fault for not obeying the traffic signals and you are at fault for not paying enough attention to what's around you while driving. A green light is not an automatic right to proceed - it's a priority signal !
It means that either turns can be made in the direction shown by the green light or that a stop must be made before turning in the direction shown. Either way, turns are permitted.
Shadows are caused when an object is blocking the light causing the shape to appear on the ground in the opposite direction of the source of the light. A shadow only appears in the light or when any shining object faces them. All objects in the way of the light will appear with a shadow in the opposite direction of the source of the light.
A green light and a green left arrow means it is safe for cars to go straight ahead AND turn left. Typically what happens is either the green left arrow comes first before the green light which means only the cars who wish to turn left can proceed but the cars wishing to go straight ahead must wait. Or in a different case the green light and the green left arrow will turn green at the same time but usually in most cases the green left arrow is there for a shorter period of time then the green light. Say the green left arrow turns yellow and then the left arrow disappears but the green light still remains. This means you can drive straight ahead BUT you can still turn left if the left arrow is gone and the green arrow is still there. However, in this case when the green left arrow goes away and the green light is still there the light turns green for the cars coming in the opposite direction so you have to wait your turn and make sure no cars ae there and then you may proceed left. As the cars from the opposite direction have more right of way.Hope this helps.
The shadow faces the opposite direction from where the light is coing from.
If both have a green light the person making the right hand turn has the right of way. There person coming the opposite direction is crossing traffic and should yield to any on coming vehicles whether they are turning right or going straight through.
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