Let's say that there are 5 lanes of the road. The two lanes on the left side are both going left, and the two lanes on the right side are both going right.
How can I differentiate them from each other? In other words, what should I call each road?
Update: Also, the reason why I'm asking this is because my brother drives me around sometimes and we both don't know which lane is called what.
Update 2: We would call them (from left to right), outer-left, inner-left, inner-right, and outer-right. Are these the correct terms???
Sorry about the confusion and thank you for taking the time to help me!
Update 3: I finally drew a picture because I left everyone even more confused!
What do I call lanes A, B, D, and E?
Yup, these are how our roads are constructed in California.