How to approach and emerge from a minor road onto a major road commonly called a T-Junction safely using the correct procedures. T-Junctions are dangerous places. Modern cars have thicker door pillars than older ones making them safer if you roll the car. The problem with thicker door pillars is that it is very easy to miss faster and smaller road users like motorcycles and cyclists if you do not implement the minimum amount of effective observation. Speed on approach is crucial and that depends on the level of visibility and they type of road markings and sign present.
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