Just reading in the paper this morning about how a council raking in nearly £70,000 in fines in just a month form a camera at a yellow box junction. Now I'm not at all in favour of cameras put in places purely to make money, but one a comment from a driver left me a bit puzzled. "It's impossible not to get stuck in the box, particularly in rush-hour. It's one of those classic money-making traps." Now, I now it's over 30 years since I passed my test, so things may have changed, but I always thought the rule for yellow box junctions was you don't enter, unless your exit is clear, unless you're turning right. In the picture I can see no sign of a right turn in the area covered by the box, so how is it "impossible not to get stuck in the box"? Surely, if you follow the rules and don't enter until the exit is clear, unless the person in front of you suddenly starts reversing, you shouldn't get stuck in it, should you?