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I believe in Texas uses a terminology of signal or indication device in a courtroom. Texas Transportation Code ยง 545.104 (a) An operator shall use the signal authorized by Section 545.106 to indicate an intention to turn, change lanes, or start from a parked position. (b) An operator intending to turn a vehicle right or left shall signal continuously for ...


In england-and-wales there is no legal requirement per se to use an indicator when turning in the situation described (but here it will be a right, not left, turn). Rule 179 of the Highway Code states that: before you turn right you should ... give a right-turn signal The Wording of the Highway Code states that the use of should makes this an advisory ...


It's legal The Ohio Court of Appeals has addressed a nearly identical situation in State v. Paseka. The relevant law is, as you noted in the question, R.C. 4511.39, which states, in relevant part: No person shall turn a vehicle or trackless trolley or move right or left upon a highway ... without giving an appropriate signal The facts in this case are ...


That is not legal Does it look like this (only with traffic lights and not quite so sharp on the right)? If so, the green car is turning left even if it is physically travelling straight.

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