Right Turn Theory

How many times have you been waiting in busy city traffic to make a left turn? Sometimes you have to wait for 2 or even 3 cycles of the light before it is your turn. Ever thought that maybe you could get where you are going faster if you took a different route, one that only made right turns? City road layouts are often based on square grids, and when you stop to look at it, on square grids you can go between any two points making either right or left turns.

Even if the all rights route is a little longer, you might actually get there in less time. And if you are not sitting idling the engine in line at the left turn light, you will also save on gas.

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