Two sets of solid double yellow lines two feet or more apart:
A) May only be crossed to enter a private driveway
B) Should be treated like a solid wall and not be crossed
C) Denote a lane for beginning or ending left-hand turns
Should be treated like a solid wall and not be crossed
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