You intend to turn right. When should you begin to drive onto the exit road?
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The best option is to drive onto the exit road as early as possible. This will ensure the turning manoeuvre will be gentler, while also allowing traffic behind you to pass you more quickly.
If you wait for too long, other road-users may become uncertain about what you intend to do. If you wait until C, you may even be prevented from turning because another car that turned off earlier than you is already on the exit road.
Note that you are not permitted to cross the continuous line on the right. You must begin to drive onto the exit road at A. The whole of the car cannot be on the exit road until there is room for this without crossing the continuous line.
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