There is a lane (I will call this lane A, since there are no signs) with a traffic light. After the traffic light is green lane A continues forward, but another lane (I will call A1) opens on the left of lane A (these two lanes helps drivers turn left onto a highway) with a traffic light. These lanes are short, so I believe that is why there are two lanes.
Here is the situation: After sitting in lane A and the light turns green, must the driver merge into A1or is it okay if the driver continues on in lane A. I ask this because the drivers to the right of lane A at the first light, before the two lanes, (I will call lane B), can go straight and they also have dashes to allow them to move into lane A. So drivers in lane B automatically push into lane A, assuming they can just merge over and expect the driver in lane A to move into lane A1. No signs or paint on the road for directions.
So if you were the 6th driver back and the drivers in front of you all went into the lane A1 and the drivers in lane B took lane A (this is how short these lanes are from the two traffic lights), you would still be sitting at a green light. So my question is: Is this fair?? Must the driver in lane A move into lane A1 to allow drivers in lane B to go into lane A. Or should the driver of lane A all continue forward, so the rest of the drivers behind can move into lane A1 when lane A gets full?
Even if all the drivers in lane A move into lane A1, the drivers in lane A are stuck and want to continue into lane A or lane A1, but can’t because drivers in lane B took over lane A.
I hope this makes sense because many drivers do not know what to do, and they are swerving, honking, and yelling at each other. Please help me, to avoid an accident. Thank you.