To make a left turn at many Michigan intersections, drivers must perform a “Michigan Left.” The driver travels through the intersection and approaches a turnaround. At the turnaround, the driver comes to a steady red light. The driver turns left on red into one-way travel when traffic permits. The driver then proceeds and makes a right turn.
Michigan drivers might be tempted to enter the turnaround and proceed straight through; however, traveling through one-way oncoming traffic poses a serious threat of a car accident, as common sense suggests. Michigan law also prohibits it. When Michigan drivers enter a turnaround and stop at the steady red signal, the light must turn green before they can proceed.
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