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      09-21-2012, 03:53 PM   #20
Joe-
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Originally Posted by BluesDriver View Post
In my opinion, just because the center lines go away, it does not mean that the rules of the road no longer apply. You still drive on the right side of the road and you would turn left to make a u-turn in order to exit the dead end street. In this case you were parking in the wrong direction.

The rules of the road don't even exist. According to the CT Drivers manual provided by the great state of CT. The only ones that need to obey the "Right Side of the road" is bicycles.

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Page 31
As a bicyclist:
You are required to ride on the right side of the roadway
http://www.ct.gov/dmv/lib/dmv/20/29/r12eng.pdf

No Signs, No Pavement markings, Nothing indicates which side of the roadway is the proper side to drive on.
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