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You are heading to road 55. What is true?
Road 55 and road 72 are in the middle, which means that you get there by continuing straight ahead. Both the right and the left lane continue straight, which means that you will arrive at 55 and 72 no matter which lane you choose.
You can assume that the speed limit is not above 70 km/h, as this appears to be in a built-up area. The question and the alternatives are also not designed for you to consider whether you may choose a lane or if you have to stay on the right.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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