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Two cars are turning onto a divided highway. Which car is turning correctly here?

A Car A is turning correctly.

You should always turn left from the left lane and turn right from the right lane, unless otherwise signed. You must always turn into the closest lane, and you must not change lanes mid-turn. Here, Car A has turned into the closest lane and then merged, while Car B has cut across and turned directly into the far lane. So, Car A has turned correctly and Car B has not. [Proper Turning Rules, On the Road, Chapter 3: The Driving Task, Alabama Driver Manual]