Every year the new Highway Code comes out and it seems to be bigger and thicker than the last.
Yet there have been very few if any changes that make our lives on the UK roads any easier.
Now we think that those people at the Department of Transport could learn a thing or two from a few laws in some other countries.
So here are a few laws which we think anyway would make life a little bit easier on the streets of Britain.
Turning on a red light
It is always frustrating being stuck at a red light, waiting to turn a corner when there is no traffic in your way. Enter our first prospective law.
It comes from across the Atlantic and what some can consider Britain’s younger, but annoyingly more successful brother, the USA.
Over in the states, you are allowed to turn right on a red light in certain states.
For us of course that would mean turning left on a red light seeing as we drive on the proper side of the road here.
Wouldn’t that make life easier?
No more sitting at the lights when the only reason you can’t turn is because you are waiting for the lane next to you to move straight on.