What to do if the red light doesn't change for over 3 minutes?
Yesterday I was at an intersection around midnight and the red seemed to stay for good. After 4 and a half minutes of waiting I just went, cautiously, straight. Is it the right thing to do?
These days traffic police has installed sensors to detect if a vehicle is waiting or not, there is a line before the signal where sensors are placed, if this happens in future just move a bit forward and sensor will detect your vehicle and signal will work in normal manner. If sensor does not detect any vehicle it assumes that there is no one & allow traffic from other side to move for longer duration
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by BlissfulWriter 6 years ago
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