Dear dirty, red Chevy Impala with the temporary plates,
It is permissible to make a right turn at some intersections, within certain hours on a red light, provided
1. There aren't any signs dis-allowing or limiting the action.
2.You come to a full and complete stop prior to attempting the action.
3. You look left, right and then left again to determine that all motorized and pedestrian traffic (who have the green light, by-the-way) has cleared the intersection.
4. When and only when you see (not imagine, guess or feel) that the way is clear to proceed, then by all means, proceed.
If you hear me clapping and / or screeching (as my "Go Bulls" horn was retired many seasons ago)to get your attention because you almost hit me, then perhaps you tripped on one or more of the steps.
Me, my fellow pedestrians and other motorists would appreciate it greatly if you would 1. slow down or better yet, stop 2. pay attention 3. heed signage & other signals 4. grap a capful of consideration and / or 5. all of the above when you hit the road again.
Rage Rules Survivor