Discussion in 'Swift' started by Trucks66, Jul 13, 2020.
Is it true that you can't make a right turn AT ALL when the light is red?
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I do.it all the time.
swift never said anything.
but uturns are a no no.
you should ask for a copy of the Swift driver handbook.
Well somebody forgot to mention that to a very large segment of that company.
There is no such rule, so chill.
The only stipulation is that you come to a complete stop before making your right on red.
So no u turn anywhere anytime, not even at a customer?
Thats the exception. Basically never on a public road.
Used to be an Automatic termination pulling a Uturn in the street. Don't know if it still is.
IIRC the book takes no official stance on red light right turns