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You are driving the car behind the tractor. Should you take into account the possibility of the tractor turning off at A when you plan to overtake?
The risk is important to acknowledge; the Driving Licence Book (19th Edition, page 89) specifically addresses this type of situation: “[...] when overtaking a tractor, you must be aware that it may turn in essentially anywhere. A tractor does not require a road to turn off at.”
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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