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You have braked hard to avoid an accident. As a result of braking, your vehicle has come to a full standstill on the road. According to the rules, is this considered stopping?

Stopping a vehicle means bringing it to a standstill in a way which:

  • is not done to avoid danger
  • is not the result of traffic conditions, or
  • does not constitute parking.” (Swedish Transport Agency)

The standstill described in the question takes place to avoid danger, which means that it does not count as a stop in the legal sense. It would be strange to get a fine for braking in a prohibited place in order to avoid an accident.

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