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Which of the following alternatives describes a situation in which it is permitted to be stationary on the section of road where stopping is prohibited?

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No stopping or parking (C39)

The Ordinance on Road Traffic Definitions defines ‘stopping’ as:

A vehicle that is stationary for a reason other than,
1. to avoid a hazard,
2. is due to traffic conditions, or,
3. constitutes parking.”

Children playing close to the road is a good example of a situation in which you may stop in order to avoid danger. In addition, the Road Traffic Ordinance also states that you: “shall show special consideration towards children”.

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