Can You Turn Right From The Middle Lane?

It is illegal, and negligent, to take away the right of way from another vehicle that lawfully possesses that right of way. Experienced Baltimore personal injury lawyers have likely litigated cases where a driver makes a right turn, and "cuts off" another driver.

The Md. Transportation code requires that a right turn be made as nearly as possible to the right hand edge of the road.

If there is a through lane and a parking/travel lane with no cars, a driver is almost certainly going to be required to turn from the far right a parking/travel lane.

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