Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Southern Arizona, the Pima County Sheriff's Department Doesn't Think Much Of Your Driving Skills

Posted By on Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:05 PM

Though, given the quality of our drivers, it doesn't shock me. (True story: Sitting at a red light on the way home last night, a pickup truck in the lane next to me nearly pulled out into traffic, then sat in the damn intersection waiting for green, laughing at his own foolishness.)

This diagram, which is pulled straight from the ADOT Driver's License Manual (PDF), demonstrates something that PCSD thinks few people in this damn town know how to do: turn.

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So there you go, folks. Instructions on how to turn. Be careful driving around today though: there's a chance people may be reading these diagrams as they're turning.

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