You are waiting to turn left at a multilane intersection, and opposing traffic is blocking your view, you should:
A) Wait Until You Can See All The Lanes You Need To Cross Before Going Ahead With Your Turn
B) Wait For The Opposing Driver To Wave You Across The Intersection
C) Edge Your Car Into Each Lane Of Opposing Traffic As Soon As It Clears
Wait Until You Can See All The Lanes You Need To Cross Before Going Ahead With Your Turn
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