You notice that there is another car approaching. The other car is driving forwards (not reversing) and your paths will cross if neither of you stops. Which statement is true?
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The priority-to-the-right rule does not apply when a vehicle is reversing. It is always the driver who is reversing who must allow others to pass.
“A driver may only turn around or reverse if this can be done without causing a hazard or an obstruction to other road-users.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
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