Obscure traffic offences and how to defend them: Driving through a yellow traffic light

Rule 57 of the Australian Road Rules states that a driver approaching a yellow traffic light must stop: if there is a stop line and the driver can stop safely before reaching the stop lineā€”as near as practicable to, but before reaching, the stop line; or if there is no stop line and the driver … Continue reading Obscure traffic offences and how to defend them: Driving through a yellow traffic light