You're driving the orange car and have stopped at the exit of this one-way street, turning left onto a dual carriageway. Do you have to indicate, seeing as there's no way to turn right? You're driving the orange car and have stopped at the exit of this one-way street, turning left onto a dual carriageway. Do you have to indicate, seeing as there's no way to turn right?

  • A. Yes

  • B. No

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    The correct answer is A
     
    Yes, you must always indicate when you are turning out of an intersection (i.e. either left or right)
     
 
 
 

In the case of the diagram above, the vehicle is turning left. If the driver wants to enter the right-hand lane, they must first enter the left hand lane of the one-way street then indicate right and move across to the right-hand lane.

In practical driving, this will be done very quickly, possibly without the required three seconds of indication before changing lanes.