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You are driving the car from which the picture is taken. Which of the following is true?
“If there is an obstruction when approaching an oncoming car, the driver who has the obstruction on their side shall stop, if this is necessary for the oncoming car to be able to pass.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
The oncoming car shows good judgement by leaving enough space for you to drive. This means that you do not have to stop according to the rule above. You stopping is namely not “necessary for the oncoming car to be able to pass”. Stopping would be overly cautious and obstruct any traffic behind without cause.
It is also possible to argue that the oncoming car is on the hard shoulder and therefore has to give way to all vehicles on the carriageway. “A driver is [...] obliged to give way to vehicles on a carriageway when the driver is entering from a hard shoulder”. (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
There is also a driving licence book online (2024).
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