||[Apr. 6th, 2014|05:23 pm]
The Question Club
Why do people stop at red lights 2-3 car lengths behind the car in front of them/the white line? Someone once told me it was so if they were rear ended then they don't hit the car in front of them, but if all the cars are stopped it doesn't make sense to me. Also been told it's so they can swerve out of the way if someone is going to ram them, but again that makes no sense to me if you are in the middle of lanes of traffic. I do notice a some of these people spend the red light rolling forward, slowly. I lived in several cities and it's only this one I notice it in. It's mostly annoying when you are trying to make a right and someone is half blocking the lane when they have a tonne of space in front of them.|
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