Is it prohibited to overtake two-wheeled vehicles in conjunction with railway crossings?
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Normally overtaking is prohibited. “Two-wheeled vehicles without a sidecar may however be overtaken.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
If the road is wide and visibility is good, it would not be safe or efficient if you were forced to break abruptly and drive at a snail’s pace behind the cyclist (and thus pass the hazardous railway crossing at a very low speed).
However, if the road is narrow and visibility is obstructed, you may not overtake according to other rules. But this question asks if it is generally prohibited, which it is not.
There is also a driving licence book online (2024).
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