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I was in a car accident where someone hit me from the back. I was completely stopped, trying to make a left hand turn. I was surprised to find out that I reveived a ticket for improper left turn. The line in the middle of the road is a double-solid yellow line, but I still don't understand why I was ticketed. There are alot of homes and business on this road (White Horse Pike in Atco, NJ) and if anyone wants to get somewhere, they would sometimes have to make a left. This is a 3pt ticket, I plan on pleding not guilty, because I think 99% of people don't know this is not allowed, or is it??
LisaYes, the other driver was cited for careless driving and other multiple tickets, but I am not sure what they were for. The accident wasn't witnessed by the officer, but was by another person. I did tell the officer that I was trying to make a left, but I really didn't know it was not allowed. I did do some research on this and I did find out that it is not illegal to make a left over a solid double line. The lines are for passing purposes only and if turns are not allowed, it must be posted. My Aunt happens to knows the some officers, one of them said the ticket should not have been issued and he was going to take care of it. Thanks for your information