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The cyclist in the middle of the photo is turning right. Does she have to stop before the pedestrian crossing?
”Stop. A vehicle may not pass the stop line or, in the absence of such, the signal. A signal with an arrow outline only applies to the direction or directions indicated by the arrow.”
The red light also apply to the cyclist, since she is on the regular road. The stop line is broken in front of the bicycle lane so that cyclists can get in front of the cars and prepare their continued journey safely (instead of standing wobbling in between the cars).
Why should I know this to drive a car?
– It is good to be aware of how other road users may act. If you, for example, are sitting in your car on one of the crossing roads, you do not need to remember to give way to the cyclists, as they are obligated to stop at the red light.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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