It is correct, but it seems there is a confusion between the different meanings of direito. We are in the lesson on Directions, so I suppose it would be more coherent to put a sentence with the meaning "on the right".
"Direito" is directly connected to law, advocacy and politics area. example: "Faculdade de Direito"(Law School). And "Direita" is used for directions, like: "Vire para a direita"(turn right) or "mão direita"(right hand)