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You are driving the car from which the picture is taken. Are you allowed to drive straight on from the lane in which you are positioned?
The road marking curve (middle of the picture) indicates that the lane is for those turning left. If you tried to drive straight on, you would likely cross the road marking, which is not permitted:
Prohibited zone (M9)
”The marking indicates an area where vehicles may not drive according to Chapter 3, Section 11 of the Road Traffic Ordinance. The marking consists of angled or oblique lines depending on the conditions at the location. Part or all of the area can be painted white.”
You are probably positioned on a road marking showing a left arrow, but you have perhaps forgotten in this case and then it is good to be able to interpret the clues and make reasonable assessments.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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