Here’s some footage of the Won’t Pull Forward Clover. This is the Clover who, when approaching a red light (or sidling into a turn lane at an intersection) leaves a huge gap between himself and the car ahead. Often (as in the case of the Clover below) the space is large enough for a whole ‘nother car to occupy.
The end result? Fewer cars can fit in the turn lane – and fewer cars clear the intersection before the light turns red again. Do you suppose these Clovers are simply spatially impaired? Or is it that their vision is extremely poor?