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Traffic from right

Description: If you are turning right at traffic signals showing a red arrow pointing to the right, stop until you get a green arrow, then proceed if it's safe to go or stop until the red arrow disappears and you get a green traffic light, then proceed with the Give Way rules. Intersections which are busy, have fast-moving traffic, have two or more lanes in either direction or have restricted visibility are more likely to have a red turning arrow to prevent drivers from making ill-judged decisions. It also allows for right-turning traffic to definitely turn and, with the use of sensors in the road (a magnetic induction loop), means that the turn signal only needs to be activated when there are vehicles waiting if there is a dedicated right-turn lane or bay.

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