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How many lanes does this road have?

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Lane: “A longitudinal field on a carriageway shown by road markings or, if there are no road markings, that is wide enough for traffic in one file of four-wheeled vehicles”. (Ordinance on Road Traffic Definitions)

Because there are no road markings, you must use your own judgement. In this example, it is clear that there is room for 2 cars to drive alongside each other. The road could perhaps be wide enough for 4 cars, but they would not be able to be driven in a normal or safe manner.

You can interpret “wide enough for traffic in one file of four-wheeled vehicles” as meaning that there must be reasonable safety margins between the vehicles, and not that the vehicles are packed closely together with just 10 cm between them.

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