You may drive across a center left turn lane.

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Microsoft Word offers a huge array of options for customizing your documents — so huge, in fact, that it can be hard to figure out how to do simple things like center your text. Luckily, the method is easy to remember once you know it. Simply click the "Center" option under the "Paragraph" label at the top of the page (or hit Ctrl+E as a shortcut to switch between centered and left-aligned text).

Center left turn lane. The lane is marked on both sides by two painted lines � inner line broken, outer line solid. If a street has a center left turn lane, you must use it when you turn left. You may only drive for 200 feet in the center left turn lane. This lane is not a regular traffic lane or a passing lane.

Lesson on using Center Left Turn Lane to Merge into Traffic

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Using The Center Left-Turn Lane

When I say a lot, I mean that at last count I had no less than 20 emails and comments from readers asking me to clarify the rules for using the center left turn lane for merging with traffic.

Across most of the United States, a familiar suburban highway feature is the two-way center left turn lane. Its purpose is to allow cars to wait to make left turns into minor streets and parking lots on either side of the road, without blocking through traffic. This concept has some minor problems, and I've heard some states aren't building any more roads like this, but it's still quite a common design.