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What do you think about the blue car’s positioning before the left turn?
During a left turn “you must not turn the wheels to the left. You then risk your car being propelled into oncoming traffic if you are hit from behind.” (Driving Licence Book, 19th Edition, page 95)
In the situation in the picture, the wheels are not turned but the entire car is. This has the same result when being hit from behind.
The benefit of being positioned “ready” is probably very minor; it is definitely not significant enough to weigh up against the safety risk!
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