Sorry everyone, but I've been really busy trying to get shit together. So I'll leave you with some advice that makes my life easier.

We all know how frustrating it can be waiting for your opportunity to make a left turn at a traffic light. But wait no more. Most traffic lights at busy intersections have a left turn arrow feature which lets you go before the opposing traffic has a chance to block your movements. The arrow pops up based on how many cars are they.

If you're the only car there, it can be hard to trigger the turn arrow. But the sensors in the ground will register if there is two cars there. So all you need to do is roll yourself back a half a car length, the light will register two cars, and you will be on your way.

There are several thing that can mess this up. If you pull back to far, it won't register a car in the first spot, so it thinks your pulling up and will not give you the arrow. If you roll back into the designated spot within three seconds of the traffic light changing, it will not give you the arrow because again, it will think you just pulled up.

Also, I'm not sure if it's illegal to manipulate the turn arrow like this, but the only time I asked a cop if it was illegal, he looked at me like I was stupid. I've never asked anyone since then.

So enjoy and hopefully you'll reach your destination 35 seconds faster from now on.