What do you do when you see a Yellow Traffic Light?
Do you speed up to get through the intersection or slow down to stop?
Try to stop safely if you can. However, if the road is slippery or there is a heavy vehicle behind you that is not planning to stop, it may be safer to speed up across the intersection before it gets red. Take the safest option.
I try to stop but if I cannot, then I carefully procede through before it is red.
yellow light means that you have 5 odd seconds to cross the signal....
if i am within a range of 50 metres, i accelerate hard so that i can pass the signal, otherwise i slow down
It depends how close I am when it changes. Normally I stop and get fussed at by my passengers
It depends on my distance. If I am too far, I won't try to make the light, as I wil probably end up going through a red light. If I don't think I will be able to stop, or if it is slippery, then I will keep my speed and go through the yellow.
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