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Where is this maneuver being practiced?
Unless prohibited, a three-point turn may be used to turn around on a narrow, two-way street. You may be required to make one of these turns on your road test.
To make a three-point turn:

•1.    Signal with your right directional, then pull over to the right and stop. Signal with your left directional, then check carefully for approaching traffic.
•2.    Turn left, cross the road so you come to a stop while facing the left curb or edge of the road.
•3.    Check again for traffic. Turn your steering wheel as far to the right as possible, then back up to the right curb or edge of the road.
•4.    Stop, check again for other traffic, then pull away from the curb.

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