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around you, turning on the vehicle turn signals, and
moving into the proper lane. Such simple courtesies
(usually they are traffic. regulations as well) will
reduce confusion and danger of causing accidents.
9.9 RIGHT AND LEFT TURNS. On two-lane streets
or highways, all turns should start and end in the right
lane;  F i g u r e s 16A and 16B illustrate the correct
method for making such turns. On streets or highways
with four or more lanes, right turns should start and
end in the extreme right lane; left turns should start
and end in the lane just to the right of the center line.
9.10 U-TURNS.
U-turns is
dangerous because it interferes with the normal traffic
moving in more than one direction, and it requires
much more space and time than do other turns.
Traffic laws in many areas
prohibit U-turns at intersections, on hills, or at blind
curves. Even where traffic laws do not restrict such
turns, good driving practice demands that they be
9.11 OVERTAKING AND PASSING. When overtaking
and passing other vehicles on the road, observe the
common rules for passing.
Use extreme caution
whenever passing a vehicle if the view immediately
beyond the other vehicles is blocked on that side.
Speed Factors. The greater the speed of the
vehicle ahead. the more road space and time required
to overtake and pass the vehicle.
Restrictions.  When passing a vehicle, the
prohibitions listed below shall be observed strictly.

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