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Which alternative applies to the use of the hard shoulder?
“Towing shall take place on the hard shoulder or, if no such shoulder exists, on the right side of the road.” (Driving Licence Book, 19th Edition, page 249)
“On a road, the hard shoulder shall be used [...] when driving a vehicle designed for a maximum speed of 40 kilometres per hour or which is not permitted to drive faster than 40 kilometres per hour, [...] If needed in order to facilitate accessibility for other traffic, the hard shoulder may be used temporarily, including transit with other vehicles.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
“When driving on the road, bicycles and class II two-wheeled mopeds shall keep to the bicycle path, if available.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
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