Excuse me, but I may have missed it. Where is it implied in the law that "Even though the law--
_technically_ gives the right-turner the right of way over the U-turner, it's not obvious." Thanks! As a side note, I just read of an attorney
getting a client off of an 'illegal u-turn citation' by arguing the citation should have been 'failure to obey traffic sign'...as the 'no
u-turn' sign was clearly posted at the intersection. Imagine that! As it is written in virginia law, u turns are only permissible at
intersections, which is where the offense happened.
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