Every day, on my way home from work, I have to make a right onto a three lane road. There are two right lanes and a sign on the side that says TO 495 S, USE RIGHT LANE. I am going North, so I take the left right-turn lane and turn in to the middle of the three lanes. In my opinion, people in the right right-turn lane are people who are going to 495 S. People in the left right-turn lane are either staying on that road or are going to take the 495 N exit.
Most of the time, I have encountered zero problems, but occasionally, some jerk that is taking the right right-turn lane gets all pissy because they want to get into the middle lane. I have seen many other people take the left right-turn into the middle of the 3 lanes without a problem.
Question: Am I good at understanding how this works or terrible?