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The average person will spend over 2 weeks in their lifetime waiting for traffic lights to change.

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Traffic lights work on a timer, but if you look closely on the road when your stopped at the traffic lights, you should see a rectangle like shape under the car it is called a sensor And when you drive on it, a signal is sent, so the timer knows a car is waiting, if no other cars are going the other way, the timer will change and the light will go green so you can go. I hope this answer helps.


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Traffic lights work on a timer, but if you look closely on the road when your stopped at the traffic lights, you should see a rectangle like shape under the car it is called a sensor And when you drive on it, a signal is sent, so the timer knows a car is waiting, if no other cars are going the other way, the timer will change and the light will go green so you can go. I hope this answer helps.



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