Do I have to completely full stop at green light when turning right?
In the U.S.? No, you are not required to come to a full stop. Do yield to pedestrians in either crosswalk, and be mindful of opposing traffic turning left into the same street. (But they should yield right-of-way to you.)
No, it’s a green light, you stop and you will get rear ended
That would be a good way to get rear ended. You don't stop when the light is green.
It's about time you learn the difference between RED and GREEN. Don't get behind the wheel until you have.
FFS Alan, were you not paying attention in drivers ed? Green means go. Just don't hit anything in your path
The only time that you would have to stop while turning right at a green light was if someone was in the crosswalk. Otherwise you should not stop. You may even get rear ended by the car behind you if you do!
You would have the right away and not have a need to stop. You should want to slow down to turn those and use caution
no you do not have to completly stop
No you are on a green light.
I have to ask just who the hell is teaching you to drive? They are totally incompetent. How come that one day from the test you are asking such drivel? Let me know where you will be driving and I will make a 100 mile diversion.
if you are bad with peripheral vision yes
No not really
If you haveva green or yellow light you don’t have to stop anything else you must completely stop
You have right of way if the queen Arrow is
A green light is not a stop sign. Stop at a green light and people will sound their horns at you.
Red means STOP; green means GO. It's not hard to figure out. If you come to a full stop at a green light, the car behind you is likely to run into the back of your car.
you have to slow down and yield to pedestrians in the cross walk becasue they have the light, same as you.
Even though this question reeks of troll, I'll still answer it seriously. Depends on which country you are in. Assuming you're referring to countries that drive on the right, you legally have to give the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing at that intersection and come to a complete stop if necessary. If you're in a country that drives on the left, you must give the right-of-way to not only pedestrians but also oncoming traffic going through the intersection as well as oncoming traffic turning left unless that road you are turning on to has multiple lanes. If the way is clear, you only need to slow down to make the turn, not come to a complete stop..
In the US? No, you don't stop at all. You simply slow down sufficiently to safely manage the turn.
Are you in the UK or something? In the US there is no reason to stop when turning right(other then the obvious of someone in the crosswalk). Now if you are going across traffic, like if you were turning left in the US, then yeah you might still have to stop.
YES, YOU WOULD HAVE TO MAKE A FULL COMPLETE STOP WHILE YOU'RE TURNING RIGHT.