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Having an understanding of road markings and signs, helps with identifying both ends of a one way street. The highway code gives some information but you will get better advice from your Module Two motorcycle training instructor.
When you are approaching the end of the road in a one way street, the examiner will give you a slightly different instruction. If you are not prepared properly you may miss the information and treat it like a normal two way junction. The examiner will use the words one way street instead of the end of the road.
When turning right at the end of a one way street, you should use the OSMPSL routine on approach. It is advisable to move to the centre of the right hand lane as soon as you can and then follow the right hand kerb to adopt the best position at the junction.
When turning right into a one way street, use the left hand lane on entry but it may be necessary to use the right hand lane if you cannot use the left lane.
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