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You are passing a railway crossing where there are no gates or signals. The visibility is severely limited by trees and hills along the tracks. How should you act?
“When arriving at an unguarded railway crossing with obscured or reduced visibility, it is wise to roll down your window to listen for trains before passing through.” (Du och jag i trafiken, körkortsbok / teoribok [You and me in traffic], 28th Edition, page 186)
It may seem like an exaggeration to stop and listen, but since the visibility is “severely limited”, it is still the wisest choice.
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