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When you’re at a traffic light, do you see a red traffic signal?
Or is it a blue one?
Or maybe a green one?
In either case, it’s a signal that you’re going faster than the other vehicles in the area, so you’ll need to make an effort to slow down to slow your speed.
If you’re traveling at less than 30 mph (about 19 km/h) when you get to the red light, you may see a yellow signal.
In other words, you’re slowing down as soon as you see the red.
If you’re speeding, you’ll probably be able to see a green signal, but if you’re approaching from the other direction, you might see a blue signal.
The blue signal indicates that the speed limit has been lowered, which is usually the case in these cities.
So you can see from these examples that a red signal can be pretty much a warning to slow up and be prepared to slow in a hurry if necessary.
But what if you don’t have to wait for a red light?
That’s where the red-light camera can come in.
If the red signal isn’t clearly visible, the camera can also pick up the red flashing lights in your lane.
The flashing lights may be flashing, or the camera may be pointing at the car in front of you.
The camera will then send out a signal to the driver of the vehicle ahead of you, who will then slow down and let you pass.
If a red-signal camera is used, you will get a warning that your speed is too fast.
You’ll need your lights adjusted to compensate.
But you can always use a traffic camera instead if you see flashing red lights in the lane behind you.
And the driver who sees the flashing red signals should slow down quickly to avoid a ticket.
But if they do that, they could face a ticket for violating the city’s speed limit.
In some cities, that could mean a fine of $30 to $60, and in other cities, fines could be up to $250 to $500.
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If your city has a red warning light, it might help to know the difference between red and green traffic lights.
When a red flashing light indicates a red stop sign, the light should not be red.
A green flashing light, on the other hand, indicates that you are going to be going faster.