Vehicle “A” = 100%
Vehicle ‘B” = 0%

Reverse turn

168  Except as provided by the bylaws of a municipality or the laws of a treaty first nation, the Nisg̱a’a Nation or a Nisg̱a’a Village, a driver must not turn a vehicle so as to proceed in the opposite direction

(a)unless the driver can do so without interfering with other traffic, or,

(b)when he or she is driving

(i)on a curve,

(ii)on an approach to or near the crest of a grade where the vehicle cannot be seen by the driver of another vehicle approaching from either direction within 150 m,

(iii)at a place where a sign prohibits making a U-turn,

(iv)at an intersection where a traffic control signal has been erected, or

(v)in a business district, except at an intersection where no traffic control signal has been erected.


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