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Question by Nique
Submitted on 11/20/2003
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My question is about the left hand turning lane.  If at the last minute you decide to get over into the turning lane, is there a rule that says you can not cross a solid white line?

Answer by lwpat
Submitted on 12/7/2003
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I have researched the CA drivers handbook and the CA Vehicle code and cannot find any mention of a solid white line violation except when it designates a bicycle lane.

A white line, usually dotted, is used to separate traffic flowing in the same direction. It is legal to change lanes as long as you do it safely.

If you received a traffic ticket I could give you a better answer if I knew the statute number of the traffic violation.

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Answer by JK
Submitted on 2/14/2007
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I got a ticket in a similar situation. The CVC number for the citation was 22101(d). Is this ticket fair or should I contest it? Thanks.


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