You are driving towards Göteborg, and have just overtaken another vehicle. Which statement is true, if you do not intend to overtake any other vehicles?
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“When driving on a road, the vehicle must be driven in the lane that is furthest to the right in the direction of travel and that is marked as suitable for use by the vehicle.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
There are two exceptions to this:
Further ahead, the situation will be as seen in the picture below. Lane D continues towards Göteborg. (This is not necessary for your ability to answer the question, but it may interesting to see.)
What does it look like when the carriageway is divided into lanes that are marked as suitable for use for different destinations by means of lane direction signs?
– See the picture below. In this example, you may drive in the central lane if you are travelling towards Göteborg.
There is also a driving licence book online (2024).
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