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Obligation to stop (B2)
“The sign indicates that drivers are obliged to stop before entering the intersecting road [...] If all approaching roads in a junction have an obligation to stop, this is indicated with additional panel T14, All-roads stop.”
All-roads stop (T14)
“The panel indicates that drivers on all approaching roads in a junction have an obligation to stop.”
Run-through of alternative answers:
- I shall drive on and stop at the Stop line. I have the right to drive onto the junction once I have allowed the black car that is seen at the end of the video to pass.
– You cannot say that you have “the right” to drive onto the junction after then black car. What if another car arrives immediately afterwards that stops at exactly the same time as you? In that case, you must make eye contact and cooperate in order to determine who shall drive first. Perhaps an irresponsible driver may come from the left without even stopping? Your obligation to stop would still apply.
- I can drive straight ahead over the junction without stopping, because the drivers on the connecting road have an obligation to stop.
– Wrong, both you and the drivers on the connecting road have an obligation to stop.
- I shall drive on and stop at the Stop line. Mutual consideration should then be applied – e.g. the driver who has been waiting the longest may drive first.
– This is the only reasonable alternative, because there is no clear regulation determining who shall drive first at an all-roads stop.
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