Two cars are turning left onto a divided highway. Which cars are turning correctly?
When you turn, you should cross as few lanes as possible unless signs or pavement markings indicate otherwise. That is, you should turn left from the left lane and turn right from the right lane, and you should turn into the closest lane of traffic that is moving in the right direction. Here, Car A has turned correctly into the closest lane and then merged into the far lane. Car B has incorrectly turned into the farthest lane. [Turning, Merging and Passing; Everyday Driving Skills; Chapter 3: Learning to Drive; Pennsylvania Driver's Manual]