These left-turn signals send you into someone’s driveway

The ones on southbound 35th Avenue SE in the Silver Lake area aren’t unique, but they’re rare.

Two homes along busy 35th Avenue at 116th Street have a signal to help them get into and out of their driveways. Not all drivers see the small signs, and sometimes that leads to unexpected “visitors” who think they are turning onto a road. (Contributed photo)

Two homes along busy 35th Avenue at 116th Street have a signal to help them get into and out of their driveways. Not all drivers see the small signs, and sometimes that leads to unexpected “visitors” who think they are turning onto a road. (Contributed photo)

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