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View Poll Results: Do you flash to warn about speed traps?
Yes (even if it's rarely) 130 74.29%
Never 45 25.71%
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Old July 9th, 2013, 11:26 AM   #141
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Originally Posted by i15 View Post
volodaaaa: first one is taken near Hotel California and second one is OK, you can turn right, but you have to yield
I think it is not very often to combine the "arrow traffic light" with "additional green arrow light". But obviously, you are right. What interests me more is how are you suposed to get out from the one-way cul-de-sac without breaking traffic rules Think, it is impossible unless you are Houdini
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Old July 9th, 2013, 12:29 PM   #142
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I always warn other drivers for any danger ahead on the road. May it be playing kids, deer, a drunken pedestrian on the road, pigs (the non-farm animal kind) playing with expensive electronic equipment or whatever else someone needs to slow down for...

This has gotten me out of rather dangerous situations or expensive tickets before, especially south of the border in bloody Slovakia (ever noticed that everything looks like Poland 10 years ago, but the local "law enforcement" has state of the art equipment), and I just think it's a common courtesy to others to return the favour...

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Old July 9th, 2013, 12:48 PM   #143
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So you are basically saying that it is up to you to judge either speed limits in some cases make sense or in some don't? Why not to obey rules ALL THE TIME instead of that twisted philosophy about politics or other not related topics?
Yes that's what I'm basically saying. I don't feel comfortable with current speed limits and thus feel sympathy for other drivers doing the same.

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Old July 10th, 2013, 10:46 AM   #144
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No. Why should I?

However, I do flash to warn about elks and reindeers, since they don't follow any rules. The police, usually, does.

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Old July 12th, 2013, 05:28 PM   #145
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I try to, especially if the fuzz is hiding behind a bush or something. Thatz not cool...if they want to set up a radar station, do it in the open.
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