Hey all, not sure if it has been asked already but I couldn't find a thread covering it..
So I am in a left turn lane (#1) in a 4 lane intersection, turning left. the oncoming car (#2) in the curb lane is turning right.
I make my left turn staying in the far left lane closest to double yellow line, the oncoming car (#2) takes a right and decides to drive through the curb lane into the left lane where I am (#1)
Am I right in that the car #2 would 100% at fault for not turning into the curb lane as they are turning onto a double lane road? green line indicates what they should do, red line shows what generally happens.
I have had so many close calls because of this and I am pretty confident that I am in the right, because I was taught that you must always turn in the lane closest to you...
make me so angry. I usually end up yelling the other driver and usually get a herp derp look in return like they don't know what they did wrong.
if I'm wrong good to know.. but if I am right... gawd dammit people if your making a right turn in a two lane road, stay in the f*cking curb lane!!!
anyone else deal with this kind of situation?