How to get around the red light zone in Italy
By Football Italian staff The red light cameras that have been installed in Serie A have made it much easier for drivers to avoid a red light, but drivers are being warned to keep a safe distance from them.
There are now red light zones on all routes in Italy and the city of Turin has adopted a red flag, which is a red circle, to indicate the red zone.
The new zone is called the “yellow” zone and is visible at all times.
The red flag is not visible from the outside, but the drivers must keep a reasonable distance to the red circle in the yellow zone.
There has also been an increase in the number of yellow zones, from a few hundred in the summer of 2015 to 1,000 today.
It is illegal to drive into red zones in Italy.
But red light and red flag zones are not the only areas in which the yellow sign is a reminder to stay away from red lights.
It’s the yellow lights that can really be a deterrent, as they are clearly marked and they can be seen clearly.
There have been several accidents at red light intersections in Italy this year.
In October, a car went through a red signal at a red traffic light.
The driver was able to escape by avoiding a red and left the intersection without being hit by the car.
But in September, a driver went through red lights at a yellow traffic light, which led to him going through the yellow light, too.
In August, a motorist was hit by a red car while driving into a red zone in Turin, which resulted in the death of a young woman.