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Is there any situation where you may station your car two metres before a pedestrian crossing?
If you are giving way to someone crossing, you may of course remain stationary close to the pedestrian crossing. This is perhaps one of the most common traffic situations. Another example is if you need to remain stationary before a pedestrian crossing to avoid danger.
The prohibition in this regard refers to parking, not being stationary.
Is this not an unnecessary catch question?
– No, it is important to be aware of this in order to be a good and safe driver. For example, if the traffic situation requires you to remain stationary in your car before a pedestrian crossing, as a safe driver, you can calmly stay where you are to analyse the situation. A driver who is not aware of this rule may panic and think “I have to move my car because I’m not allowed to stand here!” Such a driver may make an unexpected manoeuvre to get away from the crossing and thereby make the situation worse.
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