When overtaking and passing another vehicle proceeding in the same direction.
When driving on a road divided into three or more marked lanes.
When driving on a road designed and posted with signs for one-way traffic.
When otherwise directed by a police officer or traffic control device.
Any of the above
After you have sounded your horn.
You cannot drive in the center lane.
When the center lane is devoted exclusively to traffic moving in the direction you are going.
After giving a turn signal.
Speed up to pass any other cars and change lanes.
Stop and wait for a space in the other lane.
Determine that you can change lanes safely, then signal and change lanes.
Sound your horn, and put on your turn signal before changing lanes.
Use the available right lane or stay as close as possible to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway.
Drive on the left hand side of the road.
Use a slow-moving vehicle flag.
Use their flashers or apply the brakes at regular intervals to warn other drivers of the slow speed.
Stay off the road.
Drive faster to get out of the way of the emergency vehicle.
Immediately drive to a position parallel to the right edge or curb of the road or highway and stop.
Stop the vehicle immediately in place.
Immediately drive to a position to the left edge of the highway and stop.
Turn on the Hazard lights, and continue driving at a slow and careful pace.
Drivers of vehicles passing it must reduce their speed and change lanes if possible.
All drivers should stop until the emergency vehicle proceeds or unless directed by a traffic officer.
Drivers do not need to worry about the emergency vehicle unless it starts moving.
Drivers should honk and wave.
For makeout sessions.
For an emergency stop or in compliance with an order of a police officer.
For changing direction after you have missed your exit.
Turn from the farthest left lane into the farthest left lane.
Turn as close as possible to the right-hand curb or edge of the road.
Stop, then make a right hand turn into the closest lane.
Sound your horn before turning.
Stopping at the light, allowing all crossing traffic and pedestrians to proceed, and making sure you can see clearly that the turn can be completed safely and that there is no sign prohibiting turning right on red.
Slowing down, and carefully checking the intersection for pedestrians and crossing traffic.
Never turn right on red.
Only after the crosswalk signal has changed to "Don't Walk".
Turn from the farthest left lane into the lane on the far right.
Turn from the lane in the right half of the road nearest the center line. The turn should be made into the lane on the right half of the street nearest the center line.
Turn from the lane in the left half of the road nearest the center line. The turn should be made into the lane on the left half of the street nearest the center line.
Stop, sound your horn, then turn left into the nearest lane.