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Subject: Changing Lanes rss

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David G

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I think I understand the lane changing rules.

A) In the curves, you must follow the arrows.
B) On the straightaways, you can’t move out of a lane and then move back into it (except when avoiding cars & debris.)

My question is about entering and exiting curves. I've browsed the posts, this seems to be an area of confusion, and I'm still a little unclear. Here’s how I’ve been playing.

In order to get the optimal position:

Entering Curves
1a) My car starts on the inside lane in the straightaway. I roll a 6.
1b) I shift to the outside lane to enter the curve.
1c) In the curve, I follow the arrows, shifting back to an inside lane.


Exiting Curves
2a) My car starts on the outside lane. I roll a 7.
2b) I follow the arrows to the inside lane and exit the curve.
2c) In the straightaway, I then shift back across the lanes, preparing to enter the next turn.


Does this seem legal? Thanks!
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Niels Kjær
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Yes it is legal.
Think of the curve and sraight parts of your move as completely separate in lane changing terms.
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