It's a simple concept really... when you make a turn onto a road with multiple lanes, you move from the lane you're in to the associated lane on the road you're turning on to.
Apparently this is more complicated than I thought, because for some reason, a large percentage of the population seems to believe that you can cross directly over to the lane farthest away from you.
You might think I'm exaggerating when I say that, but if you simply watch, you'll notice that you see this stunt every. single. day.
Here's one example of the proper and improper ways to make a left-hand turn onto a one-way road. I took this picture from the Minnesota Driver's Manual. Please review (click to enlarge).
If this reminder stops even one person from doing this I'll be a much happier camper...
... because I don't have a whole lot of hair left to pull out.
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