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You are driving a car and approaching a pedestrian crossing. An elderly woman is standing on the pavement right in front of the crossing. However, she does not cross and instead waves for you to drive. How should you act?
“There is nothing stopping you from passing if the pedestrian is clearly indicating their intention of staying put and not crossing the street.” (Written response from Swedish Transport Agency investigator)
It would be unreasonable for a driver to “force” someone to cross the street. However, remember that it must be beyond doubt that the person does not intend to cross.
What does “clearly indicating their intention” mean?
– This is up to the police, or ultimately a court, to decide in each individual case.
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