Month: February 2014

One “gotcha” with some intersections that have a separate right turn signal is that the light may cycle green, yellow, red along with the main intersection and then quickly turn green again if/when the cross traffic from the right gets a green arrow. No matter how short the red interval, such a light must be […]

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Syrian Citizen : USA transit Visa?

I’m, Syrian Citizen, travelling from Dubai to Turks and Caicos. The plane transit by NY JFK, do I need transit Visa. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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You should not run into any trouble renting a Car. Some notes about driving in the US: Most states recognize canadian drivers licenses, you can check the rules for every state here: http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Motor-Vehicles.shtml. It is usually a good idea to get an international drivers permit (IDP), which as far as I remember does not contain […]

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Extended (~24 hours) layover/stopover in Hong Kong

I’m traveling from Thailand to LAX in May and would really like to find an extended layover in Hong Kong, just enough time to see the city and I heard people doing that, but haven’t been able to find any great flights through conventional means. Is there a way to search for flights with such […]

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look on the Foreign Commonwealth Office’s page at the British High Commission you should find all info like that on there and you’ll be able to email somebody I’m sure, I know your talking US Passports but just seem to be quite helpful, I used to have a special passport and the same thing happened […]

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From Pennsylvania Driver’s Manual When there is a STEADY RED LIGHT, you must stop before crossing the marked stop line or crosswalk. If you do not see any lines, stop before entering the intersection. Wait for a green light before you start. You may turn right while the light is red, unless a NO TURN […]

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Yes, unless another sign forbids it. The sign is there to let you know there will be a turn arrow exclusively for you. It does not disallow right on red. If there is not a sign that says “No turn on red” or “No turns,” you may turn right on red. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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From Stanstead to Liverpool Street you have it covered already, and once you are in at Liverpool Street, yeas 205 Bus all day/all night – straight to Kings Cross. When you are in London and need to check any travel arrangements, got to Transprot For London, http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/ this will save you a lot of time, […]

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Right turn signal in Pennsylvania – can I turn on red?

I am travelling in Pennsylvania, USA, and I come across this sign: Intersections here often have three sets of traffic lights, one with left turn signal signs, one with right turn signal signs, and one with none. All of the lights in the intersection are the standard 3 light variety. The green light is either […]

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Getting from Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) to Bangkok – easiest way?

I am visiting Siem Reap in april, and after seeing Angkor wat and the other cultural relics in the area, I want to go to Bangkok. As I am going to be travelling with a suitcase and not a backpack, I considered just taking the plane. However, if you also want to experience “some local”, […]

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