Is there anything you have ever wanted to know from Campbell Police Department? Well, this is your chance to ask.
Patch has always strived to bring its readers all types of information and keep them updated on what is happening in their communities. It is with that in mind that we bring you our column, “Ask a Campbell Cop.” We'll be teaming up with the Campbell Police Department to answer your questions.
Whether you have a question about certain laws and how they might affect you, your family or friends, or how to stay safe in certain situations, we want you to ask them. Every week we will run two or three questions and give some answers.
To submit a question, email email@example.com or add it in the comments section below.
This week's questions from Campbell Patch readers were answered by Campbell Police Captain Dave Carmichael.
Q: Turning from Salmar onto Hamilton Ave, there are two right turn lanes. Is it legal to make a right turn on red from both lanes?
Yes, it is legal to make a right turn on red from both right lanes at this location. This intersection is controlled by a steady circular red signal, rather than a red arrow, and there are no posted signs there prohibiting such a turn on red.
However, Vehicle Code section 21453 specifies that the driver making such a turn must yield the right of way to pedestrians lawfully within the crosswalk and to any vehicle approaching so close as to constitute a hazard.
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