Posted September 20, 2019 08:02:33 A lot of people have different ideas about what constitutes a green mile.
It could be a mile or it could be miles and kilometres.
A lot depends on what you drive.
It also depends on where you live.
But the answer isn’t always easy.
A number of factors can impact your green mile, including where you drive, your vehicle’s speed and whether you have to make stops to make the trip.
A few tips:Drive slowlyThe longer you drive the more likely you are to get a green-mile violation, but you don’t have to stop at every stop sign.
If you’re driving at a slow speed or stop, there’s a good chance you’ll get a red-mile.
Drive slowly at a stop sign, for example, or at a light that isn’t green.
It doesn’t matter if the stop sign is yellow, red or green.
Drive in a straight lineNo stop signs, lights or markings will affect your green-miles, but some drivers will take advantage of them.
If there are any red lights or red or amber flashing lights in a lane, you’re at risk.
Drive cautiouslyDriving slowly and driving with the right mindset will increase your chances of getting a red mile.
If your driving is careless, it’s more likely to get you a red.
If it’s reckless, it could get you an orange.
If you see red lights, make sure you’re on the right side of the road.
If the light turns green, don’t turn around.
If a green light turns yellow, stop immediately.
You’re not committing a crime, so don’t drive at speed and don’t stop.
Be awareWhen you drive a vehicle, be aware of the green-marker markings.
If they’re visible to you, make an immediate turn to the left or right.
You may also want to look for green-flashing lights, which are red lights and are sometimes flashing at you.
Be aware if you’re travelling in a hurry or travelling slowly.
Be cautiousIf you’re in a car with other drivers, make yourself more aware.
Make sure the other drivers are aware of your green mark and the yellow lights and the red lights.
Make a mental note of how many lights and reds there are.
If someone’s not paying attention, you may get a yellow-mile.
If your vehicle is being towed, be sure to report it to the tow company, which can issue you a ticket.
If someone asks you if you want to drive, say no, but make it clear you don