if most intersections have lines clearly distinguishing separate lanes and the merge lane, should we assume that these lines still exist in the absence of them? can oncoming traffic treat the merge lane as the same lane or go into the merge lane if for some reason there are no lines there (at almost all other intersections there would be lines there but this one does not)? do curbs and islands outline the "lane" and the boundaries of the lane or are only printed lines official?
Imaginary lines? I really have no idea what you're talking about. Sounds like you're searching, grasping for a defense.
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I'm not sure if your questions are rhetorical or serious. Common sense is probably a good thing to keep in mind in approaching these issues.
Your facts are very hard to follow. I do understand what you mean by imaginary lines.
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