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The additional panel states, however, that the prohibition only applies to through-traffic (“Gäller genomfart”). Stopping in order to unload goods is not considered to be through-traffic.
The road sign at the bottom only prohibits parking. Stopping in order to unload goods, therefore, is not prohibited.
How do you define “through-traffic” in this situation?
– There is no clear answer to this. The purpose of the prohibition is to minimise the amount of unnecessary traffic on the street. You should have a justifiable reason to enter here. Trying to “fool the system” (driving in without a reason, stopping for 5 seconds, and then driving on) is, in all likelihood, not permitted.
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