The average person spends 6 months of their lifetime waiting on a red light to turn green.
Do the math, it doesn’t fit out, unless you are a truck driver, but then, in high ways, there are still no lights
Could be, or maybe not.
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My thoughts exactly.
I would say more
Not me. I just run them.
With all this technology how am I still waiting at a light with nobody coming? Freaking robot timer. No sense. Can you imagine in aviation a timer to clear you for takeoff with nobody coming just waiting for a clock? Ludicrous.
We have so many of these here. They drive me nuts! And, I’m not above running one late at night if no one’s around. To hell with their cameras. I don’t think they’re operational anyway.
I think cameras are illegal in Nevada.
Probably more like six years in Southern California.
A six months black hole. I’ll never look at a red light the same again.
Text your friends.
I think this is a trick question. The answer is probably more than six months.
Hmm... I’ll say “true!”.
It is true
Mal- do you have a photographic memory?
Some things just seem to stick.